How Jenny Johnson Proved Chris Brown is an Idiot: NSFW

Chris Brown, the controversial entertainer, wife-beater and night club-brawler, is back in the news because of a nasty Twitter exchange with comedian Jenny Johnson that prompted the singer of "Turn Up and Music" and on-and-off boyfriend of Rihanna to delete his Twitter account for a second time. 

Brown and Johnson have Twitter history. The comedian, considered one of the funniest persons on the microblogging site, has been critic of Brown in the past ever since the singer beat up Rihanna in 2009 on the eve of that year's Grammy Awards. According to HuffPo, Johnson's tweet, ""Call me old fashioned, but Chris Brown should be in prison," was retweeted 1,869 times.

And now the two Twitter titans, Brown had 11 million Twitter followers before deleting his account, and Johnson has 300K+ (and counting), clashed again in a vulgar back and forth that will sure elevate Johnson even more and will keep feeding Chris Brown's well deserved fame as a violent misogynist — with consequences that could go far beyond what his fans may think of him (it's possible that Brown decided to delete his tweets, and subsequently the whole account, to avoid further problems with the law ... too bad screenshots can preserve human stupidity forever).

Here's part of the exchange:




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