Why Rihanna Needs To Stop Singing With (& Seeing) Chris Brown

Rihanna & Chris Brown

... even though she probably won't.

Chris Brown and Rihanna are almost definitely a couple again. The two have been seen out in public together multiple times now, with reports of dancing together, straddling each other and making out. And yesterday, Us Weekly reported that Rihanna shared a new single, in which she and her father-approved boyfriend share harmonies.

The single is called "Nobodies Business", and even though it's grammatically incorrect, the message is by no means hidden. 

This is the tumultuous couple's third musical collaboration this year. Earlier tracks included (the disgusting lyrics of) "Birthday Cake," as well as a remix of Brown's "Turn Up the Music."

Ever since these early collaborations we've considered the fact that these two might get back together, but we hoped it wasn't so. Then, when Rihanna told Oprah that Chris was still the love of her life, we got really worried about a reunion. And now, with the release of this blatant song on the heels of all the photographic evidence and witnesses to their PDAs, it's now very clear that these two are giving their relationship another shot. Although, almost nobody thinks they should. Why not? Let us count the ways.

First, Chris Brown dressed up as an Arab terrorist for Halloween, one of the most violent costumes imaginable considering that many Arab countries are known for their horrific and brutal treatment of women. Second, Chris Brown's neck tattoo of Rihanna's face after he beat her. How is Rihanna able to canoodle with a tattoo of her injured face? (We know, Chris, you claim it's not her.) Last but not least, Chris recently broke up with his girlfriend Karrueche Tran, in early October. Shortly afterward, he recorded a video message and posted it to his Twitter account.

In the video, after admitting he was "a little drunk," he says he wants to clear up a few things. "When you share with history with somebody, then you tend to fall in love with somebody else, it's kinda difficult. Is there such thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible, but for me, I feel like that." His message is a little difficult to decipher at some points, but one thing is clear: He loves two women right now.

Rihanna, however, is unfazed by all of Chris Brown's questionable actions, and completely unapologetic about spending time with him. In fact, it seems she thinks her rekindled relationship is nobody's business. 

What are your thoughts on her taking Chris Brown back?

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