After spending seven consecutive nights on a plane, traveling to seven different countries with over 150 rabid journalists, you’d think Rihanna would spend a nice peaceful Thanksgiving at home. Nope.
Instead, the “Diamonds” singer flew back to Berlin on Thanksgiving to support her ex beau Chris Brown, who’s currently touring Europe on his “Carpe Diem Tour.” Rihanna allegedly met Brown at the 02 World Berlin arena to watch his show and then went to the after-party at Adagio nightclub with him.
However, before jetting off to Europe, Rihanna added fuel to the rumors she and Brown have rekindled their romance. “All alone in my big ole jet!!! See u soon lover,” she tweeted.
The next day, Rihanna tweeted ”#Berlin #CarpeDiem,” referring to Brown’s tour.
The singer has been promoting Brown’s tour amidst his difficulty in booking shows. In some international cities, protestors have launched campaigns against Brown due to his violent history of domestic abuse. Brown’s scheduled Dec. 26 Guyana concert was recently cancelled after women’s groups and opposition lawmakers objected to the show.
Though the Bajan beauty and her former flame recently reunited to make some sweet music together — their track “Nobodies Business” is featured on RiRi’s upcoming album Unapologetic– both singers have insisted that they have not rekindled their romance.
After flatly denying that she was back with Brown during a recent Facebook Live interview, Rihanna explained why it was important for her ex to be featured on “Nobodies Business.”
“‘Nobodies Business’ is basically the way I look at everything regarding my personal life,” RiRi said. “[While I have to accept that it's being] documented at every second, it still is mine. And when it gets to my music, I’ll give and I’ll give and I’ll give, [but] I feel like I need to keep a little bit for me that I get to decide.”
As for Brown, he also recently shot down any rumors regarding a romantic involvement with Rihanna.
“Me and her have history and me and her are definitely always going to be best of friends,” he said during a sit-down with Los Angeles’ Power 106 radio station. “We’re working on our friendship now.”
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