Brandon Jennings has long been the most active and open member of the Milwaukee Bucks Tweeting community.

No more.

After exchanging trash talk with a Jordan Farmar impostor and dealing with fans on a daily basis who seemed to serve no purpose other than to try and attempt to rile up celebrities and sports stars, Jennings has deleted his Twitter account.  This is actually the second time Jennings has jumped off Twitter.  He first suspended his account before the season after the “Joe Budden Incident” where the not-so-good rapper recorded Jennings talking tough and put it on Youtube.

There will be no more pictures of seafood, no more first looks at hair-do’s and no more fines for post game Tweeting.  We bid you farewell (again) from the popular social network site Brandon.