Twitter Drama: Rihanna, Chris Brown, and Drake


Twitter Drama

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I don’t want to be interested in the personal lives of Rihanna and Chris Brown. Trust me, I don’t, but when a woman is going to be impossibly beautiful as Rihanna, I can’t help myself.

When it comes to relationship statuses, it just doesn’t get more complicated than Rihanna and Chris. First there was the abuse stuff, then the break up, then Rihanna and Chris got back together, and for a while, it seemed like they might even turn out to be a perfectly, lovely couple.

This past weekend Rihanna started following former boyfriend Drake on Instagram at exactly 3 a.m. Saturday morning, according to Life&Style Weekly.

Rihanna and Drake dated for a short time after Chris beat her up. “I did what a real [man] would do and treated her with respect,” Drake told an interviewer last week. “She’s not up there talking down on me.”

Chris Brown responded Sunday morning by unfollowing Rihanna on Twitter. As soon as he unfollowed Rihanna, he followed his former girlfriend Karrueche Tran.

Karrueche Tran is a model in Los Angeles who dated Chris Brown between 2010 and 2012.

After Chris Brown followed Karrueche on Twitter, Rihanna shared a photo of her kissing another dude on the cheek which demonstrates just how perfect social media is for exercising passive aggression.

All this drama happened without a single word being share publicly, so it’s possible that all the social media drama just happened in the minds of Internet rumor mavens.


Neal Campbell

Neal Campbell is a writer and artist with a Master’s Degree in Psychology, which may or may not explain why he is a writer and artist. In 2005, he launched and produced GeekBrief.TV, one of the first and most successful video podcasts. Neal writes about technology, pop culture, science, TV, the Internet, and sometimes bacon. He lives on the Internet, and loves his Chihuahua, Zoe, who hasn’t left his lap in eight years.

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