Home Celebrity Rihanna, Chris Brown: Back Together with F Rated Raunchy Remix

It seems like Rihanna, aka Robyn Fenty, has gotten past being beaten to a pulp by Chris Brown. She asked him to add some lyrics to a remix of a “Song” she calls “Birthday Cake.” I’ll give you the link. At about 1:14, Mr. Brown informs Rihanna that “God, I  want to f— you right now/I’ve been really missing your body.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypgXMcQNpdM

The use of the word “God” may have a religious meaning. It’s unclear.

This couple will be remembered as the Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell of modern pop, nor Carole King and James Taylor, or Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. The hip hop duo has been written about extensively in the tabloids as being back together romantically. In fact, it’s unclear, if they’ve ever been apart. Brown won a Grammy Award last week for Best R&B album, which was completely ridiculous. In 2009, he beat Rihanna senseless the night before the Grammys. She supposedly has a restraining order against him. Something tells me it’s not working.

Someone better tell Rihanna to watch the Tina Turner movie, “What’s Love Got to Do With It.” Although, Tina was never this vulgar in the first place.


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  1. The news they may be back together is almost as disturbing as the original news of Rihanna’s beating at the hands of Chris Brown. And this time it’s disturbing on many more levels than just the one! For starters: of all the available men in the world – why go back to him? Doesn’t she think she’s worthy of adoration instead of a swollen, black eye and cut lip? And what about the message that goes out to all of the young women and young men (like my teenage boys that despise Chris because of what he did!)? Sadly, she’ll lose much respect from many of her fans for revealing such a pitiful weakness. It’s a flaw worse than Whitney’s addiction – which at least, is an illness. She doesn’t get it, that she needs to “MOVE ON”!

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