If your reaction to hearing that Chris Brown and Rihanna were officially back together was one of dismay, you're hardly alone.
RIHANNA AND CHRIS BROWN
If you have ever thought, 'this relationship is not good for me but I can't keep myself from going back,' it might be time to recognize you're addicted to love.
Yes, you read that right. Rhianna's father is a huge fan of the man who assaulted his daughter, so much that he'd love to see the two married. Something doesn't sound right here.
If Rihanna and Chris Brown aren't together, well they're certainly acting like they are . . . and doing very little to hide it.
After all of the drama and hardships that Rihanna and ex-boyfriend Chris Brown have been through, she is still tweeting him and wishing him "the best."
Chris Brown's ink is making headlines for a second time this week.
Between the Democratic National Convention and the MTV Video Music Awards, this week was replete with public displays of celebrity affection. And while some of them made us swoon with envy, others made us totally sick to our collective stomach.
It seems Rihanna is willing to forgive even the worst offenders. Last night on Oprah's Next Chapter, the 24-year-old pop singer sat down with the interviewer-extraordinaire and got pretty candid, opening up to Oprah about some of her most personal and heart-wrenching moments over the past few years.
In a brand new (and very emotional) interview, Rihanna discusses her painful and often confusing relationship with Chris Brown with the queen of talk shows, Oprah Winfrey. In the promos for the interview, which will air August 19 on OWN, Rihanna says the incident with her ex in 2009 "was embarrassing. It was humiliating. I lost my best friend."
There's certainly a lot of buzz being created by the reunion of Rihanna and Chris Brown. There are always two sides of every story and this one is no different. It's interesting. There are various perspectives and opinions being shared out there by family, friends and fans about whether their getting back together is a good or bad decision. This is a classic case of Ying and Yang. Let's explore the pros and cons about the views and challenges this young celebrity couple are facing as they go through this very public reunion full of controversy.
Why would a talented young woman with so much promise choose a relationship with a man who abused her? There have been recent rumors floating around that Rihanna is secretly dating Chris Brown, who was convicted of domestic violence during their relationship. Now, Rihanna has been announced as one of the Time Magazines 100 Most Influential People in the World.
Jay-Z's management firm, Roc Nation, has told Rihanna to steer clear of Chris Brown in the wake of Ri-Ri using Brown's voice on her new single and then getting into it on Twitter with his new girlfriend, Karrueche Tran. But do you think she's going to take that advice? Nope!
NEW YORK (AP) – People have been scratching their heads over Rihanna's musical collaboration with Chris Brown, but says it "made sense'' and it's "innocent.''
When Chris Brown smashed Rihanna's face up and bit her, there should have been no question about what a child learned from their parent. If you didn't reveal your opinion about her return, your silence is sending a message of acceptance. You have to come down heavy on violence against women being wrong and back it up with supporting actions — like telling your kids no buying Brown's music.
Chris Brown and Rihanna just recorded a song together and are reportedly hooking up, but has either of them really changed since Brown physically assaulted Rihanna in 2009? Should they cut all ties, or is forgiveness in their situation healthy? In my expert opinion, the answer is neither!
Rihanna is standing by Chris Brown as he awaits the decision on whether he'll be charged in the theft of a cell phone. As we previously reported, Brown has been accused of stealing Christal Spann's iPhone after she says she snapped a picture of the singer sitting in the back of a Bentley. Brown allegedly snatched the phone, and said, "b*tch, you're not gonna put that on the Internet," and then drove off.