I’m so conflicted about even calling any attention to the new re-mixes from Rihanna and her abuser Chris Brown. But it’s something ya’ll have shown an interest in talking about, so here they are.
Nevermind the absolutely mind-blowing idea that Rihanna would have ANYTHING to do with the man who beat the living sh*t out of her–so bad that she landed in the hospital. RiRi is in desperate need of help, and I hope there are family and friends around her who are willing to give it to her straight.
Chris Brown has shown no public remorse for his deed. His volatile temper has continued to be on display in the press and on social media ever since the incident. When there are no repercussions,–especially for narcissists for Brown–there is no reason to change behavior. Sadly, if they are indeed a couple again, as has been rumored, he will hit her again. God forbid Rihanna becomes the next Nicole Brown.
But lets forget all that. Rihanna and Chris Brown’s personal affairs are none of my business. What I’d really like to call out here today is the disgusting and blatant cynicism of the executives who signed off on this bullshit. I’m assuming the two recorded these respective re-mixes for release to the public, so there have to be business folk who were enabling this gross re-union. It’s a nasty grab for attention and it stinks to high heaven. And it’s working. Look at me posting about it.
Blargh. Sometimes I really really hate show business.
Birthday Cake – Rihanna feat. Chris Brown
Chris Brown feat. Rihanna