Chris Brown says his feelings for Rihanna aren't going away anytime soon, even after he was issued a five-year restraining order.
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's two-and-a-half-year romance has been under scrutiny lately, with the singer rumored to be dating Rihanna in New York and living it up in Vegas while his erstwhile girlfriend works in Vancouver. But what's the truth?
The latest rumors have Justin Timberlake and Rihanna spending copious amounts of time together. As you may recall, they've done some work with each other and rumor has it the video for "Rehab" was too sexy and too chemistry-y for Jessica Biel's tastes. But the latest greatest on the Biel-Timberlake deathwatch is that Rihanna and JT are just friends.
Want to learn something shocking? Based on a recent UNICEF global survey of household attitudes towards domestic violence, an average of half the female population polled believes it's OK for a man to beat his wife under specific circumstances. And that's the average. Read on to learn more.
After being accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and world famous pop star Rihanna, Chris Brown pleaded guilty to felony assault charges. While the assault occurred back in February, not much was heard from Brown, apparently on the request of his lawyers, until now. Hollywood Life reported that the R&B singer issued a video apology where he accepted responsibility, expressed remorse and promised to take steps to ensure he does not repeat his abuse. Read: The Real Reason For Chris Brown's Apology It can be argued whether Brown's apology was sincere or whether it was just a ploy to win back fans, but the bigger question remains as to just how far does an apology go in a domestic violence situation. Rihanna had the means and capability of leaving Brown after he assaulted her, but many women who suffer from domestic abuse do not have the same power.