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CM Punk, Chris Brown Clash on Twitter; Can Punk Please a Woman?
CM Punk and Chris Brown got into a heated Twitter exchange overnight, fueled by Punk’s declaration of interest in “curb stomping” the Grammy-winner.
Early Monday morning, Punk Tweeted, “I would like @chrisbrown fight somebody that can defend themselves. Me curb stomping that turd would be a #wrestlemania moment.”
Brown apparently followed up with, “@CMpunk needs more followers. He’s such a leader! Not to mention the roids hes on has made it utterly impossible for him pleasure a women,” although that Tweet was no longer on his profile at press time.
Still standing: “Positivity regardless of how u feel! @CMpunk contact my assistant and I’ll have em send u an autographed pic for my biggest FAN!!!”
Chris Brown was reintroduced to media scrutiny following significant screen time at last weekend’s Grammy Awards ceremony. Critics argued that Brown, who infamously assaulted then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, should not have been rewarded with a Grammy Award and a pair of high-profile appearances on the telecast; others, noting he has served his time, felt that a past transgression should not mar the response to his very successful “FAME” album.