Chris Brown — your vicious Twitter attack on nasty commenter Jenny Johnson should be a red flag to you that you need more help.
Chris Brown — it’s lousy that you have an obnoxious hater like Jenny Johnson, who repeatedly mean-tweeted you, but that’s no excuse to go on a vicious Twitter rant.
Chris Brown — you’re a better person than your chain of vulgar tweets to Johnson portrays. You’ve worked too long and too hard to rebuild both your career and your relationship with Rihanna to let her initial tweet on Nov. 25 calling you a “worthless piece of s**t,” get under your skin.
Listen, all celebrities have haters. Regular people (non-celebs) have haters. Unfortunately, in this world, a lot of people feel free to let loose, saying the cruelest things, especially in the online world.
But that’s no excuse for getting sucked in and letting loose right back on one of them. Yes, even if Jenny Johnson has mean tweeted to you many times before.
Chris — you shouldn’t stoop to calling her a “hoe,” telling her to suck your **** or to threaten to “s**t” on her “retina.” Chris — that’s revolting and uncalled for.
Clearly, she set off some pretty intense feelings of anger in you, and you acted before thinking things through.
That’s exactly what you have to stop doing. You know you need to control your anger verbally, and textually as well as physically. You know that. You’ve had lots of counseling already, and you’ve shared your experiences with women and children at the Jenesse Center Domestic Violence Intervention Program. You’ve financially supported Break the Cycle which provides honest, practical help and information for teens and young adults so that they can learn the signs of domestic abuse.
You’ve worked hard to be a better person. And you’ve clearly deleted your Twitter account for now for a reason — you realize it was a really bad idea to let loose on Twitter, even at a hater.
Now, you need to deal with that anger that Jenny Johnson unleashed. It’s time to get more counseling. To move forward in your life in every way, you can’t allow anger to turn you into the person you don’t want to be, even on Twitter.
Do yourself a favor and work some more on being the Chris Brown that you are proud of all the time.
— Bonnie Fuller
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