Chris Brown's Fans Turn Violent as Singer Deletes Twitter After Jenny Johnson Feud

Chris Brown recently engaged in a Twitter feud with comedian and writer Jenny Johnson, with the dispute concluding with the singer taking down his social networking page, sparking angry comments and threats towards Johnson from the singer's fans.

Brown, 23, seemed to be insulted when Jones responded to a message that the singer posted about him looking older than his 23 years of age.

"I know! Being a worthless piece of (expletive) can really age a person," Jones tweeted the singer.

Brown responded with sexually explicit tweets aimed at Johnson, who decided to post a 2009 article detailing his physical altercation with Rihanna on the social networking website. Johnson explained her lack of respect for Brown to over 300,000 Twitter followers.

"I have zero respect for a person who seems unapologetic for the terrible crime he committed and shows no signs of changing," Johnson tweeted.

However, Brown seemed to have a point to prove of his own, letting Johnson know that his ex-girlfriend Rihanna had forgiven him for his 2009 physical assault against her.

"Just ask Rihanna if (she's) mad," Brown tweeted on Sunday at the height of the Twitter confrontation.

However, Johnson seemed disinterested in continuing the heated exchanges with the singer, posting a final message simply saying, "Get some help. Seriously."

However, Brown's fans continued to speak out against Johnson, with some even threatening to kill her after Brown deleted his Twitter account.

After receiving countless threats to inflict death and pain on her from Brown's fans, Johnson responded on Monday by posting, "It's alarming how many death threats I'm receiving via @ replies. I encourage everyone, including @Twitter to look through them."

"Not cool."