Jenny Johnson Speaks On Twitter Beef With Breezy: “I Was Raised Not To Respect A Person Who Doesn’t Respect Others”

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The woman who made Breezy shut down his Twitter wants you to know she has no regrets!

In an open letter on GQ.com comedienne Jenny Johnson addresses her Twitter beef and its aftermath explaining why she has no apology for her attack on the singer:

“I didn’t want attention from all of this. If I wanted attention, I would have accepted all of the invitations to be on shows and to actually give exclusive interviews, but I declined all of them. I didn’t think the thousands of (misspelled) death threats I got would have people thinking I saw myself as a victim, because I am NOT a victim of anything, nor have I ever thought I was (excluding the time I paid to see The Village). I’ve had people assume I dislike Chris Brown because I’m taking up for Rihanna, I’m not. I’m on the side of good, of equality and respect for my fellow woman. 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. I have never been a victim of domestic abuse, nor was I raised in a house where there was abuse. I do however, know people who have been victims of abuse by a so-called “loved one” and I’ve seen the long term damage it does.”

“I won’t say I regret what I did, but I will say I have learned from it. I chose to turn a lazy Sunday watching football with my husband into a total ishtstorm. I never thought I’d see the chicks on The View attempt tobreak down our interaction on Twitter (if they only knew how little thought and effort go into anything I tweet, there is literally nothing to break down).”

“…My Twitter account is meant to be funny. While there are truths behind a lot of the things I write, in no way, shape or form are they meant to be seen as anything other than the words of a comedy writer, in 140 characters or less. I started it on Sunday and it was certainly not my finest hour, but here we are.”

Anyone surprised she’s not sorry? We’re not. Especially after all the crazy things that Breezy had to say in response.

You can read the rest of her unapologetic manifesto HERE.

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