Just three years after their turbulent relationship ended in violence and the image of the battered singer stunned people around the world, Rihanna and her violent ex-partner Chris Brown have reunited. At least to collaborate on a couple of songs.
Rihanna has denied there is any romantic intention in their relationship and Chris has sought to assure his girlfriend of the same thing. But do we believe them?
Rihanna, who is performing at tonight’s Brit Awards, has collaborated with the R&B star on a remix of his new single Turn It Up. They have also teamed up for an X-rated remix of her song Birthday Cake, which includes some lewd rapping from Brown.
The start of the song is,
“Girl I wanna f— you right now. Been a long time, I’ve been missing your body.
Let me turn the lights down, when I go down it’s a private party, ooh, it’s not even her birthday but I wanna lick the icing off.
Give it to her in the worst way. Can’t wait to blow her candles out.”
To which Rihanna responds,
“It’s not even my birthday, but you wanna put your name on it, oh baby I like it, it’s so exciting, don’t try to hide it, I’m gonna make you my b—-.”
Rihanna also thanked Chris for his birthday Tweets to her yesterday, in which he referred to her by her birth name of Robyn. Does she still have feelings for the guy who beat her? Later in the song she sings,
“Remember how you did it? If you still wanna kiss it, then come and get it.”
The remix of Chris’ new song Turn It Up is a lot family friendlier.
But Rihanna fans have taken to social networking sites in droves to express their disgust and disbelief that she would ever again contemplate a relationship with Brown.
Meanwhile, Chris Brown is enjoying a vacation in Miami with his girlfriend Karrueche Tran, who showed off her bikini figure as she relaxed on the beach.
Apparently, Karrueche is not concerned about the reports Chris is reuniting with Rihanna or that he turned up to her birthday party last week. The couple are now living together and Chris whisked Karrueche away to Miami to celebrate Valentine’s Day.