Rihanna & Chris Brown Reunite With 2 New Songs Together

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For days, the rumor mill has been buzzing with the news that Chris Brown would be collaborating with Rihanna on her new single, “Birthday Cake.”

The pop star duo has quite the controversial past together and the wave of Chris Brown backlash is only just beginning to recede 3 years after he assaulted RiRi.

So imagine our surprise when we found out they not only released one collaboration together, but TWO!

Just in time for her 24th birthday, Rihanna dropped her latest single, “Birthday Cake,” featuring none other than her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown.

RiRi had promised she was working on a collaboration that would shock the world and she certainly delivered. Chris sings some pretty explicit lyrics including:

Girl I wanna f*** you right now.
Been a long time I’ve been missing your body.
Let me turn the lights down
When I go down it’s a private party.

Listen to the full song below:

  • kc

    You cannot juStify domestic violence ! Its demeaning to all vitcims that go threw this unfortunate situation, and for women to agree that whatever he did to her was ” okay”. ” She desevered it is total BS! Domestic violence is one of the leading crimes in the world for centuries and as modern people we shouldn’t stand for this !

  • eyvette

    Honestly I don’t get shy its a big deal. Yes what he did was completely wrong but if you are so offended she made songs with him then don’t listen. How is it they are forcing it down our throat we have capable minds and ears to not listen and promote it. If they are over it kewl what do I care. I personally think the songs are awesome and if they end up back together I’m not losing sleep over it.

  • kristin

    Ok…listening to this is frustrating! I can’t believe how many people excuse his behavior & actually out the blame on her- ugh! This is why so many women in our society today end up in these relaionships & continue to be victimized. SHE IS A VICTIM!
    Part of the dynamic of an abusive relationship is that you continue to go back because you don’t feel like you deserve better. he made her feel that way!
    I’ve been there done that…many times over & until you finally have the confidence within yourself to move on you will go back. But outsiders will never fully understand. Even my own family expected me to stay & work through it. Unless you’re in the situation, you have no place to judge!

  • Ashley

    I am disgusted by this collaboration, and with Rihanna’s decision to not only sing with the one who abused her, but to also go back to him. That sends a horrible message to women of all ages, who see her as a role model, that abuse is ok.
    Since news came out of what brown did to Rihanna, I’ve refused to listen to any of his songs, even ones he has done on other artists’ albums. It is sad to see that more people, especially women haven’t done the same, and that they instead support him and this new beginning with Rihanna.

  • Samantha

    I am thoroughly disappointed with both Rihanna and Chris Brown. Rihanna continues to sexualize abuse and inappropriate behavior. Her song with Eminem, “Love the way you lie” is another example, and now this. She continues to declare that physical, emotional and psychological abuse is erotic and empowering.

    I believe in forgiveness and I support the right to free speech but I also believe that people with this magnitude of influence, especially on the platform of pop-culture, should have some sort of moral responsibility to set a good example for their audiences. With the impact that the media has on today’s society as a whole, but especially our youth, there should be an emphasis to teach them things of worth.

    Young girls witness Rihanna be crowned the “sexiest woman alive” and be widely celebrated as a symbol of sex and power. Instead of using this status to send a positive message to her adoring fans—to hold themselves to high standards, to exhibit self-respect and confidence—she shows them that it is not only okay to be a victim, but in fact it’s alluring, sexually charged and in her case, has led to more attention, fame, fortune and empathy. It shows young men that violence can be overlooked, even rewarded. They are both condoning and encouraging the most saddening and disgusting behaviors.

    I have no respect for either Rihanna or Chris Brown. I think amazing talents have been wasted at their fingertips.

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