Chris Brown returns to Twitter with a smokey photo of Rihanna – See Photo
Chris Brown has reactivated his Twitter account and shared a provocative photo of Rihanna on Instagram after he deleted his account following a controversial attack on a comedian.
Last week, Brown got into a heated and vulgar Twitter feud with comedian and TV producer Jenny Johnson, who has previously made fun of the R&B singer. After the fight, Brown deleted his Twitter account, only to reactivate it on Sunday.
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Brown’s return to Twitter was done subtly, according to MTV News, and the singer has not yet tweeted from the account @chrisbrown. The only message is his bio line, which reads: “Keep it here for all things Chris Brown, updates from the tour and more… #CarpeDiem.”
Brown did, however, take to Instagram to post a provocative photo of maybe-girlfriend Rihanna. In the black and white pic, Rihanna sits beside Brown, dressed in a bra top and camouflage jacket. “What would music today sound like if these kids didn’t exist?” reads the caption.
This photo follows a recent pic Rihanna posted to Instagram, showing the “Diamonds” singer kissing Brown after his show in Germany. Both images have fueled rumors that the pair, who broke up in 2009 after a violent domestic abuse incident, has reunited.
Brown reportedly got caught up in the moment during the Twitter fight with Johnson, according to GossipCop. “It was a mistake to respond,” a source told the website. “He made an error in judgement.” The source added that, since Johnson has berated Brown in the past, his team should’ve just sent “a legal letter for harassment.”
In a recent interview with XXL magazine, the 23-year-old admitted to lashing out on his social networks.
“I haven’t been as mature and thought out in the past, so, me growing now, it’s showing my progression,” Brown told XXL. “I used to use my Twitter account to vent, but now I mostly use it for marketing and promotions. Even if the media asks me something, if it’s cool then it’s, ‘What’s up?’ But if it’s anything that’s too negative, I don’t care to respond.”