Chris Brown deletes Twitter account after vulgar exchange with writer over Rihanna

Singer dubs Jenny Johnson a "HOE"

Chris Brown deletes Twitter account after vulgar exchange with writer over Rihanna

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Chris Brown has seemingly deleted his Twitter account after a heated exchange with US comedy writer Jenny Johnson.

Jenny Johnson incited vitriol from Brown after she re-tweeted his post about looking old for his age. "I know! Being a worthless piece of s*** can really age a person," she wrote.

He responded by tweeting, "Take them teeth out when u Sucking my dick HOE," to which Johnson responded by correcting his spelling, telling him that his mother must be proud and linking to a story about his 2009 assault on his then-girlfriend Rihanna.

Brown then dubbed Jones "worthless" and a "thirsty bitch" from his account @ChrisBrown that has 11.6 million followers. "Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????" he wrote.

"I have zero respect for a person who seems unapologetic for the terrible crime he committed and shows no signs of changing," she replied.

The remarks came a day after Rihanna tweeted a photo of Brown shirtless appearing to sleep on a bed. The pair were also spotted together at a nightclub in Berlin on Thursday. However, they have repeatedly denied they are dating again.

Brown previously deleted his Twitter account in 2009 after going on a rant against Walmart and other major retailers, who he claimed had refused to carry his album 'Graffiti'.

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