Trashy Retweets on Prince Street Bash Chris Brown

Posted on: December 7th, 2012 at 11:35 am by

The apt Trashy Retweets vandal struck again earlier this week; this time, in Little Italy. But the memed artwork didn’t quite last. Not surprisingly, the powers that be were none too pleased with the expletive-filled message, and quickly removed it from the corner of Prince and Mulberry.

Of course, this particular Twitter trash talk was lifted from the recent flame war between assault-prone rapper Chris Brown and comedienne Jenny Johnson. She called him out for being a “worthless piece of shit,” to which the singer responded with the message recreated here on the street. “Take them teeth out when u Sucking my dick HOE.” Hey Brown, asphinctersayswhat?

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