During the Nov. 26 episode of ‘The View,’ Elisabeth Hasselbeck referred to Chris’ behavior on Twitter as ‘verbal rape.’ Chris deleted his Twitter account on Nov. 25 after engaging in a feud with comedy writer Jenny Johnson when she challenged him over his 2009 assault on Rihanna.
Wow! Those are some strong words that Elisabeth Hasselbeck used regarding Chris Brown’s Twitter fight with Jenny Johnson. We will admit that Chris’ tweets were vulgar, but do you feel that Chris verbally raped Jenny? Elisabeth says that Chris engaged in “verbal rape” on Twitter, but Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd disagreed with their co-host while discussing the “hot topic” on The View.
‘The View’ Co-hosts Disagree — Jenny Deserved Chris’ Wrath?
“I disagree — that’s not verbal rape,” Whoopi declared in what seemed to be an act of defense on Chris’ behalf.
Sherri couldn’t help but agree. She said, “If you’re going to put your hand in the lion’s mouth, expect to get bit,” referring to Jenny’s unnecessary tweets aimed at Chris.
Chris Vs. Jenny — War Of Words Over Rihanna
Jenny first challenged Chris, 23, when she tweeted at him saying, “Being a worthless piece of s**t can really age a person,” in response to him posting a photo and saying he felt like he looked old. This must have struck a nerve in Chris because he went on an angry rant, bashing Jenny with several vulgar tweets.
Chris tweeted, ”take them teeth out when u Sucking my d**k HOE,” and ”I should fart while ur giving me top. ‘Seize the day.’”
Elisabeth Feels Chris Should Be Banned From Twitter
Midway through the rereading of the tweets, Elisabeth looked to be extremely disgusted.
“It got even worse. [Chris] said something about ‘Yeah, my mom actually told me to actually shart in ur mouth, wanted me to s**t right on the retina,’ which is — I think it’s disgusting, first of all, and it seems like verbal rape to me and at some point Twitter should ban anyone who writes anything forever on there,” Elisabeth said on the Nov. 26 episode of The View.
She added, “[Jenny] should be banned and [Chris] should be banned.”
When Elisabeth was informed that Chris deleted his Twitter account after the verbal feud, she said, “a day too late.”
“What he said should never appear on anyone’s Twitter timeline. It was vile, disgusting and I stand by [my claim of] verbal rape,” Elisabeth finished.
How do YOU feel, HollywoodLifers? Do you agree with Elisabeth?
— Chris Rogers
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