Has The Onion Gone Too Far With Its Article About Chris Brown Wanting to Beat Rihanna to Death?

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(Getty Images)This week, The Onion is under fire for its most recent jab at controversial singer Chris Brown, an article titled, "Heartbroken Chris Brown Always Thought Rihanna Was the Woman He'd Beat to Death."The satirical piece, apparently inspired by the singers' most recent breakup, includes faux-quotes from Brown like, “It’s hard knowing that there’s some other guy out there who gets to beat her senseless," and "Despite all the ups and downs, I was so sure Rihanna was the one I’d take...Read Full Story

Is Chris Brown's Song 'I Can't Win' About Rihanna?

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It's beginning to look like Chris Brown and Rihanna's on-and-off relationship is in another off period. The controversial R&B singer recently unfollowed Rihanna on Twitter, and on Monday shared a previously unreleased song about a complicated relationship that sounds a wee bit familiar."S**t is overrated now a days," Brown mused before posting the track, describing it as "Some s**t I felt like writing that's not on the album."The song, "I Can't Win," includes telling lines about someone who...Read Full Story

Chris Brown's Dad Doesn't Approve of His Son's Relationship with Rihanna

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Rihanna's father raised some eyebrows last year when he announced he'd be "ecstatic" if his daughter and her on-and-off boyfriend Chris Brown were to get hitched, calling Brown "a very old-fashioned kind of guy, with straight-up morals." But even if these two have Mr. Fenty's blessing, it sounds like they have yet to convince Brown's dad that their relationship is a good idea."I personally really didn’t want him and Rihanna back together," Clinton Brown told the New York Daily News. "You have...Read Full Story

That Rihanna and Chris Brown Song Is On the Internet Now

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(Getty)Some celebrities have this annoying habit of complaining constantly about the public intrusion that comes with the spotlight, somehow not noticing that they were the ones who welcomed camera crews into their lives in the first place. Rihanna's new collaboration with Chris Brown, "Nobody's Business," perfectly exemplifies that kind of behavior. It's hard to take someone's lyrical pleas for privacy very seriously when that person is dropping allusions to her private life in her music...Read Full Story

Why Did Chris Brown Announce His Love for Two Women In a Video?

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(Fame Flynet and PacificCoastNews)Shortly after Chris Brown confirmed his breakup up with longtime girlfriend Karrueche Tran, admitting the relationship had been strained by his ongoing "friendship" with ex-girlfriend Rihanna, the woman he was convicted of assaulting took to Twitter to state, "Ain't nobody bidness..... But mine and my baby!"Apparently she wasn't on the same page with Brown, who took their business and shared it with some 11 million Twitter followers. On Thursday evening, just...Read Full Story