• Posted by:Emily Oduor




  • 5 Times Chris Brown Deleted His Social Media Accounts.

As much as the internet never forgets, thank goodness for the delete button because trust the number of times that Breezy has been crucified online, I mean who wouldn’t delete their social media accounts right? Or maybe he’s just too quick at hitting the send button.

His delete in April had a name on it:  Ex beau Karrueche Tran. Suffice to say how creepy  CB appeared,  but after photos of Karrueche Tran kissing her boyfriend, Victor Cruz, in a pool emerged, CB commented on this photo and a few hours later deleted his Instagram page.

















The internet was filled with mixed reactions on this one but generally termed the move embarrassing.

Then there was that time when he got into a vulgar exchange of insults on Twitter  with comedian Jenny Johnson.

It all started when Chris posted about how old he looked yet he was only 23 then Jenny Johnson replied:








The last few tweets Brown sent out before deactivating his account were, “To teambreezy… Know that I’m not upset. Just felt like entertaining the ignorance. These bitches crazy..Further proved my point of how immature society is. #CarpeDiem…Catch me in traffic…” He also wrote: “Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????”

In Dec 2009 he deleted his @mechanicaldummy Twitter account after an epic rant against music retailers and the music industry for what he claimed was “blackballing” of his Graffiti album in the wake of the Rihanna assault.

Now we cannot forget when he and singer Frank Ocean took shots at each other on Twitter, heck even Tyler the Creator came to Frank’s defense leading to Chris Brown saying that he was laying off social media to focus on his music as he felt like Jesus being crucified. He then deleted his Twitter account and changed his Instagram account to private locking out a good number of his fans.

After a profanity-filled tirade in 2011 venting his frustration about the focus on the Rihanna attack, Brown deleted his entire Twitter Timeline saying”Don’t say sh– to anybody and everyone feels its cool to attack me,” he wrote. “GROWN ADULTS!!!! That sh– happened three years ago … people please grow up. Ive never dealt with so much negativity in my life! its to the point now that its just ridiculous!”


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