Women On Twitter React To Chris Brown’s Misogyny-Filled Feud With Female Comedian

Chris Brown is under fire again for the misogynistic comments he made against female comedian and producer, Jenny Johnson, which caused him to suspend his Twitter account. The feud was ignited by Johnson, who has been known to tweet her disapproval of the singer since he assaulted then (and possibly current) girlfriend, Rihanna in 2009. After the singer tweeted a picture of himself with the caption,”I look old as f—! I’m only 23,” Johnson replied “I know! Being a worthless piece of s— can really age a person.” While her comments were unprovoked, instead of taking the high rode, Brown chose to take the obscene and chauvinistic route. He responded with, “Take them teeth out when u Sucking my d— HOE.” Classy.

The vulgar comments continued until Johnson finally called it quits by saying, “Okay. I’m done. All I got from that exchange with Chris Brown is that he wants to s— and fart on me … I have zero respect for a person who seems unapologetic for the terrible crime he committed and shows no signs of changing.” The icing on the cake was Brown’s response to Johnson’s final comment:

“Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????”

Surprisingly, some Brown fans are still in his corner and even sending Johnson death threats via Twitter. Not surprisingly, more rational women had some choice words for the pop star about his blatant disrespect of females everywhere. They of course took to Twitter to vent.

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    • Liz

      …*Feud. I’m sorry, I had to.

    • TruthHurts

      Chris Brown is, and has been for some time now, a world-class jerk…but it’s also annoying when someone (this “comedian”) starts off trolling/bullying his Twitter to entertain her followers (why call someone “worthless” unprovoked?), then suddenly wants to turn into a “champion” of domestic violence. Her TL is filled with brash commentary and even alludes to smacking an elderly lady on Black Friday (hilarious *eyeroll*), so something tells me that she does not take DV seriously to even consider making a joke like that. Also, this woman isn’t tweeting the likes of Sean Penn, Charlie Sheen (who shot a woman), etc., nor is she volunteering at women’s shelters. She wanted a reaction out of a volatile individual and she got it. Publicity hounds.

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