Rihanna Is Finally Over Chris Brown -- For Real This Time


chris brown and rihannaJust hearing the names Chris Brown and Rihanna in the same sentence usually elicits eye rolls. No one will forget the infamous 2009, Grammy night beat-down that eventually landed him in court-ordered community service and anger management. So many of his fans couldn't believe that the charming singing-dancing phenom could be so brutal. But he was. That is why we were all so damn shocked when RiRi went back to him ... again ... and again. Well, the latest development in their rocky romance may shock fans even more.

According to Perez Hilton, Rihanna is finally over Chris Brown -- and for good this time. A source revealed she is tired of the games he continues to play. I can only assume that is referring to the fact that he goes back and forth between her and his other ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. The insider also claimed that although she will always have feelings for him (since he was her first love and all), she is intent on keeping him in the friend zone from here on out.

Better late than never, I suppose. She finally realizes that he doesn’t respect her. But I know I am not alone when I say that I wish it hadn't taken her this long. Her first clue should have been the first slap across her face. From her sitdowns following the abuse scandal, she had been dealing with his volatile behavior long before the world found out about it.

This guy has NO redeeming characteristics (at least that we can see). And I didn't always feel that way. Right after the crime came to light, I thought, "He's young. With the right help, he can get his act together." Who was I kidding? In the past few years, he has been involved in one ridiculous, rage-fueled incident after another. Breaking a window at GMA, getting into fights with Drake and Frank Ocean. He clearly hasn’t learned anything from his troubles. Rihanna is better off alone ... or at least far away from him.

Do you think Rihanna is really over Chris Brown?

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Freedom Jiwaski

I pray that she stays away from that Narcissistic boy

nonmember avatar Elle

From the aftermath, all I can say is that we don't know enough to judge from a distance. If you're dealing with someone apparently volatile then potentially don't get on their case, scream at them and go into jealous rages, especially in a car where neither of you can get away.

On the flip side, I don't know whether he made a dash for time /space to cool down but from my history if the angry person tries and someone chases and keeps fighting then it may well get physical. There's so many steps between starting an argument and hitting someone. And when all your calming techniques are thwarted there's trouble.

Violence against anyone, woman, child or man, is appalling and needs frank, open discussion, prevention strategies and anger management publicly available. Demonising one face of it misses the whole meat of the conversation we could otherwise engage in.

nonmember avatar Derrick

I find this to be just your opinion. And as all opinions, it has nothing to do with riri's relationship.

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