She Can’t Stop! LeAnn Rimes Continues To Rant About Brandi Glanville Feud On Twitter

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Not even a “treatment center” can seemingly cure LeAnn Rimes from over-engaging in social media rants!

The country star, who has been publicly feuding AGAIN with husband Eddie Cibrian’s ex-wife Brandi Glanville on Twitter, spent Thursday morning sounding off about the feud with some of her followers – and RadarOnline.com has the details.

“If someone purposely does things to get a reaction or engaged a fight where none exists exert your power to choose to look the other way,” “Smom coach” Heather H, who uses the twitter handle @CafeSmom, wrote in a tweet NOT directed at LeAnn.

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“It’s hard sometimes,” LeAnn tweeted to Heather.

“That is an understatement J It is very, very hard. I find I get more emotionally tangled inside when I respond to drama,” she responded to LeAnn.

“I find the same but it’s just as bad holding it in,” LeAnn wrote.

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After Heather and another Twitter friend Jessica Kramer suggested that LeAnn “get it out” by calling a friend and talking it out, as well as working out at the gym or praying to God, LeAnn responded:

“Gurl I do both every day.”

In another conversation, a woman named Molly Schaar, who uses the Twitter handle @StepMomShoes, sent a message to both Brandi and LeAnn.

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“You’d be wise to keep communication off Twitter!” she advised the two celebrities. “Your job is to co-parent – not tweet. #KidsSeeAllSomeday.”

“You think?! That would be nice,” LeAnn promptly and sarcastically responded to both Molly and Brandi.

LeAnn is suing a school teacher who was a Twitter critic of hers and as Radar previously reported the singer had been urged by people close to her to stay off social media or at least cut back.

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