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Celebrity Twitter Quitters

With Chris Brown’s recent highly publicized departure from and return to Twitter following a controversial feud with comedian Jenny Johnson, we thought it might be a good time to take a look at some other celebrity Twitter quitters, and why they left.

Miley Cyrus quit Twitter back in 2009 after, as she says in this video she posted about leaving Twitter, she wanted to start “living for moments instead of living for people.” She’s since returned.

• Adele quit Twitter in November after news broke that the singer had given birth, and Twitter trolls started bombarding the site with disgusting insults.

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Alec Baldwin’s Twitter Meltdown Results In A Deactivated Account

Here’s yet another public celebrity meltdown on Twitter, for those who love to watch the rich and famous crash and burn:

Alec Baldwin ranted about his treatment aboard a recent American Airlines flight on Twitter, flinging insults at the company, and eventually shutting down his Twitter account under the guise of “focusing on 30 Rock for now”… yeah right.
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Alec Baldwin Boycotted The Emmys This Year. And He Told The World Why In A Series Of Tweets

30 Rock star and notoriously smooth-voiced Alec Baldwin didn’t attend the Emmys this year, nor did his sketch meant to open the show ever hit the airwaves. And, in typical celebrity fashion, he tweeted about the cause: a falling out he had with Emmy broadcaster Fox and its parent company News Corp.
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