Chris Brown and Rihanna Wants Media and Fans to Stop Talking About The Past

R&B singers Chris Brown and Rihanna took to Twitter over the weekend to voice their frustrations over drama surrounding their past relationship. The ex-couple parted ways after an incident in February 2009, which left Rihanna battered and Chris Brown with a record. Trying to put the incident behind them, both stars find it “annoying” and “childish” that fans and media outlets won’t just let the past be the past. Things kicked up a notch after Rihanna’s latest interview with GQ magazine, in which she commented on the relationship. “Sometimes when you’re on the inside of a relationship like that, you can’t see it clearly for what it is,” Rihanna tells the mag. “I left – it was the best feeling. It was so freeing…I witnessed it happening to my mum and I said I would never let that happen to me – and then it was happening. Now, when I look back, it bugs me out that I couldn’t see it for what it was.” A fan reached out to Rihanna and asked her to stop talking about Brown in interviews and the “Rude Boy” star was happy to oblige. “People won’t stop asking about it! It’s f*ckin’ annoying! Nobody wants to relive that, but some people can’t respect that!” she writes on Twitter. “I get it, they wanna raise awareness to young girls! But it ends up just making me look bitter, pitiful, spiteful and angry!” When drama stirs over Rihanna and Chris Brown, their fans are usually the ones going head to head. 21-year-old Brown also addressed his fans over the weekend, telling them it’s “pointless.” “Y’all starting to sound extremely childish!” Brown writes on Twitter. “Team Breezy and Rihanna Navy. It’s pointless. Love team breezy & thank you Rihanna Navy for supporting ya girl.” What do you think?


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