Following vulgar tirade, Chris returns to Twitter

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Jennifer Milbrett,Buzz

Chris Brown fans can relax because Breezy is back on Twitter after taking a short break from the social networking site.

And Chris Brown haters can rejoice because the angry superstar is bound to tweet something to stir up controversy in the future.

History tends to repeat itself when it comes to Chris and Twitter. He temporarily quit the site in 2009 and again in 2011 after he became upset about what people were writing about him and his beating of girlfriend Rihanna before the 2009 Grammys.

So it shouldn't be a surprise to read that this time he took a break from the site after getting into another heated (and vulgar) argument about the incident.

It all started when Chris tweeted that he was looking old for being only 23. Comedian Jenny Johnson (who is known for ragging on celebs and is often cited as one of the funniest people on Twitter), responded by saying, "Being a worthless piece of s--- can really age a person."

And it was all downhill from there on Sunday.

Chris responded by calling Jenny a "hoe." She kindly corrected him, writing, "It's "HO" not "HOE" you ignorant ----."

Chris then said a lot of disgusting things that certainly can't be repeated here. But he closed his argument with "Just ask Rihanna if she mad??????," referring to the felony assault he handed her.

By Monday, Chris reopened his Twitter account, but had deleted all evidence of his tirade.

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

Team Breezy (Chris' fans) went wild after the war of words ended, sending numerous (also ridiculously vulgar) death threats to the comic, via Twitter.

Maturity. This ain't it, folks.

At least her dad liked it

The Lifetime movie "Liz & Dick" isn't looking like the career comeback Lindsay Lohan had envisioned it would be.

And according to the Huffington Post, the actress wasn't prepared for the harsh criticism she's getting since the film aired over the weekend.

"Lindsay is devastated by the response to the film," a friend of the actress told HuffPo. "She has got used to all the negative press around her personal life but this is the first time she has experienced it about her work." (Really?)

Twitter exploded Sunday night with negative reviews (in 140 characters or less).

Many mocked LiLo's inconsistent accent during her portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor, and one person compared the film to sitting through Roseanne Barr's notorious botched national anthem.

Critics beat up on Lindsay as well. Words such as "laughable," "boring" and "bad," were used. One reviewer even said, "You'll find more exciting chemistry in a high-school lab."

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