Rihanna and Chris Brown have been keeping the world guessing for months, that they were back together and after the release of the latest issue of Rolling Stone, it seems the cat is out of the bag.
Rihanna has frequently made comments demanding people mind their own business and let her live her life. And now she's gone on record to say the same. Speaking of their relationship, she told the magazine, "Even if it's a mistake, it's my mistake."
Regarding the effect it may have on public opinion of her she said, "I decided it was more important for me to be happy."
The singer did assure fans that, "he doesn't have the luxury of f**king up again," if he shows a hint of previous behaviour she'll walk. So what do you think?
Celebrities Justin Bieber and Rosiaro Dawson have both come out to speak on the topic. Justin told Billboard, “Chris Brown. I’m a fan. His music is really good. That’s what they should focus on: his music.”
The couple recently stepped out, holding hands (Wenn)
Dawson spoke at an event about domestic violence. The 33-year-old actress said that readers should stop blaming Rihanna for any steps she takes with Brown.
"Had Rihanna not been a victim of domestic violence, we probably wouldn’t be holding her feet to the fire to stand up for it," Dawson said. "Support is the critical part of it, not giving criticism, not being judgemental towards people.
Twitter is of course a-buzz with fan reactions to the article, with a lot of you on both sides of the fence.
There are some like @Bethh_27 who simply commented "HORRENDOUS". (sic)
Another wrote, "It made sound cold but... if he does take his frustrations out on her, it's her fault too - she went back to him." (sic)
Whilst others took a more forgiving approach,@famnoire posted,"@rihanna @chrisbrown So Happy 4 Them. Pray and let The Lord be the Driving Force of your relationship. Good Luck n God Bless!" (sic)