Chris Brown Deletes Twitter After Vulgar Exchange With Female Comedian

Chris Brown Deletes Twitter After Vulgar Exchange With Female Comedian

Chris Brown deleted his Twitter account on Sunday after engaging in a vulgar exchange with female comedian Jenny Johnson. The singer, who has suspended his online activity a number of times after posting controversial remarks, has fled the twittersphere following a bizarre back and forth with Johnson, a TV producer and comedian.

The feud started after Brown tweeted a photo of himself with the caption, 'I look old as f---! I'm only 23.' Johnson, who has been taking comedic pot shots at Brown online for several years since the singer pleaded guilty to felony assault on ex- (and perhaps current) girlfriend Rihanna, Nobody's Business? Chris and RiRi unwind after her 777 Tour.

Though Brown's Twitter account has since been wiped out, the singer did post a few more comments before signing off. 'Don't run for support now ... Lol. Ur a comedic writer!!! If u can take a dick, u can take a joke,' then adding the cryptic comment, 'Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????'

The back and forth came amid the buzz over the weekend that rose up after Rihanna tweeted out a picture

on Saturday of Brown lying with his shirt off on her bed. Brown recently got into some hot water for dressing as an Arab warrior for Halloween, which both he and his mother defended as just harmless Halloween fun.

This isn't the first time Brown has quit Twitter. He signed off in 2009 (as @mechanicaldummy) after he took aim at Walmart and other retailers for allegedly not stocking his album Graffiti .