Why say it, when you can tweet it? In other celeb Twitter beef news, Chris Brown went in on comedy writer Jenny Johnson after she replied to one of his tweets. They went back and forth and then Chris Brown deleted his Twitter account (he’ll be back). In the meantime, check out the craziness below:
I don’t know why this lady said anything to him but, like always, you know he had a response.
Yes, he did go hard, but I say, don’t dish it if you can’t take it. Check out the rest of the argument.
According to Bossip, “The link that Jenny posted was a link back to an MTV article that detailed the entire account of Chris and Rihanna’s epic fade before the Grammy’s on Feb. 8, 2009.”
So, I’m on the fence about this argument. Chris Brown is 23 years old; he’s going to make mistakes. Rihanna has obviously gotten over the situation… so should the world. It APPEARED to be a one time mistake, it happens. Now if it happens again, then stay on him. But mistakes happen. Learn from them, move on. He shouldn’t have to constantly defend a mistake made years ago.
On the other hand, he is in the media. People are going to talk about him and have their opinions, but his reaction is what gets him in trouble. He should really learn how to respond in a way that is not so hostile or not react at all. Let people talk.
This is just my opinion. What’s yours? Who do you think was wrong in this disagreement?
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