Chris BrownChris Brown has decided to silence himself for a while by canceling his Twitter account days after he posted a series of rants about being "blackballed" from retailers not carrying his album. The 20-year-old reached his boiling point with the expletive tweets. "I'm tired of this s---," Brown wrote. "Major stores [are] blackballing my CD. No stock in the shelves and lying to customers. What the f--- do I gotta do?" He went on to say that he wasn't "retracting" the statement but later apologized to his younger fans for the bad language.

Taking his investigation a step further Brown also hit up a local Walmart only to find that his album was not on the shelves. After tracking down a manager, to ask where the album was, the Virginia native concluded that he was being treated unfairly yet again and took to his Twitter page to let off even more steam. "The[y] didn't even have my album in the back ... not on shelves, saw for myself," he wrote. "They had Alicia Keys album ready for release for this Tuesday (Dec. 15) comin ... The manager told me that when there are new releases it's mandatory to put em on the shelves ... But no sign of 'Graffiti.' BS."
In previous months Brown has used his Twitter page to dispel rumors and to post pictures of him completing his court ordered community labor. He offered a final message to his fans before signing off forever. "I wanna thank all my fans for their support," he concluded. "I love y'all. Goodbye!"

Since his assault on ex-girlfriend Rihanna in February, the 'Run It' singer has been trying to change his public image from bad to good. After sitting down for a handful of interviews and releasing a public apology to Rihanna, Brown's set out to rebuild his career. His third album 'Graffiti,' was released Dec. 8