Rhianna and Chris Brown dating again


I don't really understand who his publicist is because these are not the type of pix that should be leaked. He's playing and having a great time at Diddy's house. It makes it seem like he is being rewarded for his horrible behavior.

Chris Brown Has Fun In the Sun

Unfortunately, this is what a significant number of (most?) victims of domestic violence do. There's nothing wrong with her mind. She's behaving normally

I think a better question would be, how does Chris Brown's mind work? We all know that he witnessed his father's abuse of his mother. Subjecting a child to that is a form of emotional abuse. However, the responsibility is primarily Brown's.

Asking why Rhianna does this places the blame on her, as though Brown can't help himself. However, Rhianna and Brown probably can't help themselves, to the same extent as each other. At least Rhianna is better off than many other abused girl/boyfriends. She is not financially dependent on her abuser.
Originally Posted by Eilonwy
His stepfather denies these allegations.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
Of course he does....what else is he supposed to say "yeah I beat that a$$ on a regular basis...and what"?
Originally Posted by Nappy_curly_crown
I totally agree with you but they are only allegations. No charges were ever filed and I don't believe Chris' mom ever confirmed this.
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wth? are y'all crazy with this advice? are you serious? let her work it through? if my daughter walked in with a drug dealer as a boyfriend do you think i'd let her date him and let her figure it out? if her current boyfriend hit her do you think i'd let her stay in a relationship with him?

when i was 21 i lived with a guy who i argued with a lot. we were friends since high school. one day we were arguing in front of my mother and he pushed me so hard i fell down. guess what? his sht was out the house within hours. i was not allowed to speak to him again. i never did, ever. end of story.
Originally Posted by frau
I guess I'm a little unclear on your indignation, since you once stayed with a guy who seemed emotionally abusive to you and your daughter... because he was good for "cash, ass and grass."

Originally Posted by Amneris I don't understand why the ex is in your life at all after all the rude and negative things he's said to you and your daughter. Fire him.

And why not just accept your body as it is instead of trying so hard to make it something else and someone else's?

well....he's been very supportive of me at times.
he's good for cash, ass and grass (<food not weed).
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I guess I'm a little unclear on your indignation, since you once stayed with a guy who seemed emotionally abusive to you and your daughter... because he was good for "cash, ass and grass."
Originally Posted by Phoenix
i didn't stay with him hence the word EX.
i also don't consider a rude remark as my daughter being emotionally abused by him.

how does this even relate to this subject? i'm criticizing the adults around rihanna for allowing her to go back to a man that beat her badly or at least for not publically speaking out against him.

maybe you missed this written by me:
i didn't call her stupid, did i? but maybe my tone expressed that? i don't expect her to behave rationally cause i sure don't, not in my relationships, lol. i just think the adults around her should step in.
i wasn't trying to come off as some sort of saint. inside of our own relationships it's difficult for us to see things clearly. often it takes others to show us the right way.

Last edited by frau; 03-02-2009 at 08:45 AM.
Both of these young people are surrounded by "friends and family" who living off of their success. Its in their collective best interest to smooth over the damage and make this a non-issue as soon as possible.

I doubt there is any one giving either of them advice that is actually for their own health and well being.


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I'm not surprised.
Originally Posted by Nappy_curly_crown
Ditto.

Maybe she been listening to Betty Wright - she's practically a one-woman anthem for forgiving stupid doggish men and getting back with them.

After the pain
You come and love me
And I welcome you
You’re a glad sight to see

And after the rain
And all that I have been through
I still can’t explain
How I can still love you

like I do
But I do, yes, I do

Still love you like I do [After the pain]
Though you still do me like you do [After the pain]

After the pain
We sit and we talk awhile
And I fight with all my might
To hold back the tears from falling with a pleasant smile

And after the rain
I can’t believe you got the nerve to still call me, baby
And I try to tell you, “No, it ain’t so”
But I guess “No” just ain’t in me

‘Cause boy, I still love you like I do [After the pain]
Though you still do me like you do [After the pain]

“Don’t blame Mr. Charlie, Mr. Charlie is just a man
And he’s doing the best he can”
I heard ‘em say, “Don’t blame Mr. Charlie, Mr. Charlie is just a man
And he’s doing the best he can”

That’s why I still love you like I do [After the pain]
Though you still do me like you do [After the pain, the pain]



For those of us who know someone who has been in abusive relationships (or been in one yourself) we all know that those abused stay or go back to abusive relationships several times. It's sad but not surprising.
I guess I'm a little unclear on your indignation, since you once stayed with a guy who seemed emotionally abusive to you and your daughter... because he was good for "cash, ass and grass."
Originally Posted by Phoenix
i didn't stay with him hence the word EX.
i also don't consider a rude remark as my daughter being emotionally abused by him.

how does this even relate to this subject? i'm criticizing the adults around rihanna for allowing her to go back to a man that beat her badly or at least for not publically speaking out against him.

maybe you missed this written by me:
i didn't call her stupid, did i? but maybe my tone expressed that? i don't expect her to behave rationally cause i sure don't, not in my relationships, lol. i just think the adults around her should step in.
i wasn't trying to come off as some sort of saint. inside of our own relationships it's difficult for us to see things clearly. often it takes others to show us the right way.
Originally Posted by frau
Thanks for the bolded above...No, I'd missed that part. I wasn't saying you were "trying to come off as some sort of saint." What I read today just seemed to contradict what was said before. But now it doesn't. I wasn't seeking to accuse, just clarify.
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Originally Posted by Xyz
I used to think he was a cute kid. When he got older, he started looking more like an average guy, but now I think he is so ugly, and I can't see anything but a coward when I see him.
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In some states, women can't rescind charges. Does anyone know if that's the case in California?

One of my cousins beat up his girlfriend under similar circumstances. She confronted him about getting another woman pregnant and he beat the crap out of her. She wouldn't call the police. His sister (yes his sister) drove her to the hospital because she thought that the hospital wouldn't have to report it to the police. He was picked up but the girl withdrew the charges a few days later. Within a year, he had beat her up again. Sick, sick, sick....

I know Rhianna is young and it sure seems like her self-esteem is in the toilet, but she's got to accept responsibility and get herself out of that situation.

If adults are to intervene, parents shouldn't allow their kids to play or buy Chris Brown's music. Explain why that action is being taken. I've been busy but I haven't seen that Al Sharpton has been protesting again Chris. There should be a CD burning party.

Last edited by Myradella3; 03-02-2009 at 08:55 PM.
I don't get it, why did he beat her up? Cuz he was mad he got caught?

Is that what happened with CB and R too? I don't know which rumors are true.
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If adults are to intervene, parents shouldn't allow their kids to play or buy Chris Brown's music. Explain why that action is being taken. I've been busy but I haven't seen that Al Sharpton has been protesting again Chris. There should be a CD burning party.
Originally Posted by Myradella3
I know a few radio stations in our area are refusing to play his music.



This is sad that this young girl has such low self-esteem and self worth that she would go back to anyone who's done this to her. I hope she gets therapy.
Sometimes I think the craziness just curls out of my head..

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i was listening to a radio station here in atlanta and i tell you it almost brought me to tears. woman after woman called and took chris brown's side, with anger expressing support of chris because 'we don't know what happened in that car' and 'some women know how to push a man's buttons' or 'she needs to take responsibility for her part' or 'the media is being too tough on him.'

i can't understand it at all. then again, i remember how people supported mike tyson when he was charged of rape and how oj was supported when he murdered his wife. (<oh yes i did go there)


This is sad that this young girl has such low self-esteem and self worth that she would go back to anyone who's done this to her. I hope she gets therapy.

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Originally Posted by Curly_Princesa
I think out of respect, you should delete that photo of R. That photo should never have been leaked to the press.
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i was listening to a radio station here in atlanta and i tell you it almost brought me to tears. woman after woman called and took chris brown's side, with anger expressing support of chris because 'we don't know what happened in that car' and 'some women know how to push a man's buttons' or 'she needs to take responsibility for her part' or 'the media is being too tough on him.'

i can't understand it at all. then again, i remember how people supported mike tyson when he was charged of rape and how oj was supported when he murdered his wife. (<oh yes i did go there)
Originally Posted by frau
I'm sorry, but what the hell ever! Like the thread where the gal posted that her boyfriend had put his hands around her neck as if to strangle her, and everyone freaked out, that SHOULD be the reaction. No matter how many buttons you push or how angry you are, or how much you yell and scream, no guy has the right to put his hands on you like that. The rule isn't "don't ever hit a woman, but of course if she acts REALLY bad then it's okay", it's "don't ever hit a woman". Any man who hits a woman is a lowlife and I will stand by that statement.
i was listening to a radio station here in atlanta and i tell you it almost brought me to tears. woman after woman called and took chris brown's side, with anger expressing support of chris because 'we don't know what happened in that car' and 'some women know how to push a man's buttons' or 'she needs to take responsibility for her part' or 'the media is being too tough on him.'

i can't understand it at all. then again, i remember how people supported mike tyson when he was charged of rape and how oj was supported when he murdered his wife. (<oh yes i did go there)
Originally Posted by frau
I'm sorry, but what the hell ever! Like the thread where the gal posted that her boyfriend had put his hands around her neck as if to strangle her, and everyone freaked out, that SHOULD be the reaction. No matter how many buttons you push or how angry you are, or how much you yell and scream, no guy has the right to put his hands on you like that. The rule isn't "don't ever hit a woman, but of course if she acts REALLY bad then it's okay", it's "don't ever hit a woman". Any man who hits a woman is a lowlife and I will stand by that statement.
Originally Posted by Amandacurls
I will go one step further and say it's never right for a woman to hit a guy either. I know those kinds of cases are few and far between but same rules should apply.
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i was listening to a radio station here in atlanta and i tell you it almost brought me to tears. woman after woman called and took chris brown's side, with anger expressing support of chris because 'we don't know what happened in that car' and 'some women know how to push a man's buttons' or 'she needs to take responsibility for her part' or 'the media is being too tough on him.'

i can't understand it at all. then again, i remember how people supported mike tyson when he was charged of rape and how oj was supported when he murdered his wife. (<oh yes i did go there)
Originally Posted by frau
I'm sorry, but what the hell ever! Like the thread where the gal posted that her boyfriend had put his hands around her neck as if to strangle her, and everyone freaked out, that SHOULD be the reaction. No matter how many buttons you push or how angry you are, or how much you yell and scream, no guy has the right to put his hands on you like that. The rule isn't "don't ever hit a woman, but of course if she acts REALLY bad then it's okay", it's "don't ever hit a woman". Any man who hits a woman is a lowlife and I will stand by that statement.
Originally Posted by Amandacurls
I will go one step further and say it's never right for a woman to hit a guy either. I know those kinds of cases are few and far between but same rules should apply.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
Oh, yeah I will totally agree with you. I'm definitely not advocating hitting men or that you should be able to beat the crap out of them and they just sit there and take it, not at all. I can't say I've never slapped a man, I have, the drug dealer ex, and I know hitting doesn't solve anything.
I was watching Judge Judy (or similar) one time and a woman said her ex-husband was physically abusive and had slapped her. She was crying. He explained himself very matter-of-factly by saying, "I slapped her because she lied to me."


Surprisingly, I was less bothered by his physical abuse than by his tone. He spoke in a firm tone, not the pleading, nervous, stuttering or stammering way people often do when they’ve done something wrong and they’ve gotten caught. He said it more like, "I’m sure you’ll understand why I slapped when I tell you. I had a good reason, your Honor."


He was saying she deserved it. It was very authoritarian and really reminded me of "The Color Purple." It kind of makes me sick to this day.
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