ChRihanna are no more. Dunzo. Splitsville. Broke the heck up. Again. Chris Brown has gone on record, saying that he "can't be focused on wife-ing someone that young." Sounds like Rihanna wanted to get more serious than he did so it's O-V-E-R.
Holy mother. The 2013 Billboard Music Awards are going to be a can't-miss, must-watch show at the rate they are adding superstar performers. Now Jennifer Lopez, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown will also take the stage at the May 19 award show.
Honestly, all this Internet drama between Chris Brown and Rihanna makes us think neither of them are much more mature than a couple of high schoolers who happen to have millions of followers on Twitter.
The latest dramz comes in the form of Rihanna kissing (and receiving kisses from) a fan named Justin in pictures posted on Instagram.
Maybe Chris Brown's father was right about his relationship with Rihanna. The tumultuous twosome have more drama, unsurprisingly involving Drake and social networking. Hey, they're nothing if not consistent, right?
It seems like kids these days have forgotten the age-old video tradition of having a bevy of bikini-clad women dance around a pool in a warm climate. Lucky for us, Sean Kingston has brought this motif back with his 'Beat It' video, featuring Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa.
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