Havana Brown Shares Her #FollowFriday Picks

Havana Brown (@djhavanabrown) Tweets a lot. In fact, when asked about her relationship with Twitter she got a little quiet and a far away reflective look in her eyes, “Yeah… I Tweet a lot…”

But who are we to judge? When asked her favorite people to follow, here’s what she came up with:

#1 Black Stewie (@ItsBlackStewie)

“I really love Black Stewie. Incredibly racist. He’s Stewie from Family Guy, except he’s the BLACK Stewie. He’s pretty funny – probably my favorite. I go through the Tweets, read them and go (gasps) ‘He did NOT!'”

#2 Aquarius (@AboutAquarius)

“I follow About Aquarius because I’m an Aquarian. So you can find out what I’m all about and it’s always true: ‘You’re intelligent, you’re beautiful, you’re this, you’re that…’ And I’m like, ‘Yeah… I AM!’ It’s not always positive, but I like a little bit of an ego boost every morning.”

#3 RedOne (@RedOne_Official)

“He’s always working with amazing acts and he produces some of the biggest acts in the world so it’s kind of interesting to hear a bit from behind the scenes. It’s not just, ‘Hey I’m going out and doing a show tonight,’ he’s a bit more relaxed.”

#4 Pitbull (@Pitbull)

“I’m on tour with Pitbull right now–not that that’s the reason, but he’s an awesome artist.”

–Tim Mudd, Energy 103.7/San Diego

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