Chris Brown returned from his Twitter exile over the weekend, breaking his week-long silence with -what else- a scandalous Instagram of himself with (ex?) girlfriend Rihanna. “What would music today sound like if these kids didn’t exist?” he captioned the snap, which looks suspiciously like a post-sex cigarette session. But then again, our minds are in the gutter. At the moment Breezy isn’t giving us much else to go on besides the priceless pic. So far he hasn’t mentioned his online feud with Jenny Johnson, or posted any other information to his more than 11 million followers. In fact, his previous tweets have all been erased, which leads us to wonder if Brown’s PR peeps are finally tightening the reigns.
Although he’s keeping quiet, Jenny Johnson spoke out about the beef and subsequent death threats in an essay published in GQ last Friday. “This is not an apology,” she opens, setting the defiant tone from the start. “I just want to clear some things up.” She admits that she did not start the feud to attract attention to herself, and does not want to be seen as a victim in the wake of the threats. “I’m on the side of good, of equality and respect for my fellow woman,” her essay continued. “I was raised to not respect a person who doesn’t respect others. And one human being physically harming another human being is one of the most disrespectful acts there is.”
For her part, Rihanna is still very active on social media, and recently posted a picture of a new gold choker necklace featuring the caption “He told me “you better not give it away.” The new jewelry is widely thought to be a gift from Brown, but then again what isn’t thought to be a gift from Brown these days? Last week it was Rolexes and sneakers, today a necklace. When she starts posting ring pics, that’s when we’ll worry.