Sadly, this weekend we lost the fascinating glimpse into Chris Brown’s worldview, as the R&B star deleted his account after getting into a Twitter war with comedian Jenny Johnson.
Like many Twitter comedians, Johnson often tweets abuse at celebrities like Brown and the Kardashians. It’s an arrangement that works for both sides, generally: The celebs get a legion of “haters” whose intensity only confirms their sense that they’re the most important people in the world, the comedians get a bunch of new followers for making fun of easy targets that everyone hates. But on Sunday night, Brown decided to turn the tables and tweet back at Johnson, resulting in a volley of insults not seen since fifth-period bio.
The war of words got so intense Breezy deleted his account, but the feud lives on in Johnson’s timeline:
Get some help. Seriously. RT @chrisbrown: Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????
And with that, Brown’s decided he’d had enough of this 140-character thing, and deleted his account. Goodbye Chris Brown’s Twitter account—we’ll always remember the time you showed us a picture of Chris dressed as Osama bin Laden. Please never change, Chris Brown.