TV's Andy Levy is a commentator and comedian know for his appearances on Fox News' Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld show. He's also a pretty popular Twitter presence with over 48,000 followers and 16,000 tweets.
And for the past couple of days, he has found himself in a Twitter feud with musician Chris Brown and his fans over a particular retweet commentary that brought up one of Brown's more regrettable moments from the past.
A couple of days ago, Brown tweeted this -
No more planking for me unless it's on a sexy lady! Lol
Soon after that tweet went out, Andy Levy retweeted it, but with some added commentary -
@chrisbrown: No more planking for me unless it's on a sexy lady! LolYou spelled "punching" wrong. RT
Of course, Levy is referring to the 2009 incident where Brown was arrested for assaulting then-girlfriend, singer Rhianna.
Brown responded to Levy -
@andylevy children conduct themselves better! Much love and success!
Brown's fans apparently flooded Levy with tweets, many of which he responded to. Fans told Levy that he should grow up, "your dumb," and even threatened violence.
Yesterday during his Fox News segment "Halftime Report," Levy issued the following "apology" to Chris Brown and his fans. Note that it is far from an actual apology and actually winds up being one of the funniest things I've seen in a good while. I have no idea how he kept a straight face throughout the whole thing -
Chris Brown is no stranger to controversy and Twitter. In June, he took to defending himself on the social media site after TMZ caught him calling their cameramen "gay."