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We were RIGHT when we told you that Rihanna would go back to her abusive boyfriend Chris Brown after he beat her up. Chris was her first big love and she had a terrible time getting over him. Now Rihanna has confessed that she DID reunite with Chris, but eventually put love aside and came to her senses. She couldn’t bear to talk about the incident until now because she was still in love with Chris. We give Rihanna a lot of credit – both for confessing and for leaving Chris for good. We only hope she doesn’t change her mind. Since legally Chris is restrained from going anywhere near her, maybe she’ll have time to fall for someone else.


Posted by Janet on November 5, 2009

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  1. By right
    On November 5, 2009 at

    “She couldn’t bear to talk about the incident until now because” ….her new album drops in about 2 weeks. Let’s cut the BS. This no talent pre-packaged ho is about publicity.

    I’m not saying she wasn’t in love, but she has milked this incident like a cow.

  2. By captain america
    On November 5, 2009 at

    do not panic, folks:

  3. By E
    On November 5, 2009 at

    I don’t buy it.

    She’s always acted like a gangy-girlfriend.

    She petitioned the court to try to revoke the restraining order.

    She’s working with him, and always has been.

    Kudos to the thousands of women who courageously leave abusive lovers, without doing things for publicity.

  4. By jojo
    On November 5, 2009 at

    Domestic Abuse goes both ways.

  5. By Reta
    On November 5, 2009 at

    The real problem is, all the stupid girls who will gladly hook up with him without so much as even a thought in their heads about what he has done to her and that he will probably do the very same to them. Abusers are abusers. They don’t stop without serious long term help.

  6. By Delilah
    On November 6, 2009 at

    There is a line of whores at this moment just waiting to get their claws into Chris. And Chris is saying, “Rihanna who?”

  7. By strom
    On November 6, 2009 at

    All lesbian, all the time!

  8. By Patricia
    On November 6, 2009 at

    This story is getting overdone real fast!

  9. By Cherokee Dawg
    On November 7, 2009 at

    I just don’t see how people who watched that interview came away with the impression that she wasn’t sincere. If you couldn’t sense her embarrassment, humiliation and anger about the situation, I don’t get it. To me, she is acting exactly like a victim of domestic violence acts, especially when exposed to it as a child. I don’t know what people want. This is a 20 year old girl who was a public figure and whose livelihood depends on her image. She gave a raw, real perspective of the situation from her point of view as the victim and still, she is being criticized. Damned if you do and damned if you don’t, I guess. Has no one stopped to think that maybe it has taken this young woman time to come to terms with what has happened to her and that the people around may have figured out that rather having to talk about this continually for 9 to 18 months, it would be better for her to lay low and heal; let the court case play out and deal with this in the media at one time instead of having to relive it over and over through the incident, trial and promotion of her next album? Never forget, she is an artist contractually bound to promote her recordings. The business of music goes on despite the tragedy Rhianna endured. And she’s still only 20/21 years old. Think about yourselves at that age before you judge.

  10. By dee cee
    On November 8, 2009 at

    She bully and badgered him into attacking her and think drove him nuts with her possessive . if she would admit that she’d have my sympathy.

    “You are mine, so we do everything together, to the exclusion of most other people. Anyone who challenges your feelings towards me, or wants much of your time and energy, is a threat. If anyone comes in the way of the time we spend together, I will sabotage that relationship to get what I want, a one-on-one with you.”


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