Rihanna is back in the public spotlight with he release of her new album Rated R which has some personal messages to former boyfriend Chris Brown. Rihanna continues to thank her fans for support as she gets through the her emotional roller coaster.
He’s doing everything he can to try and recover from the publicity nightmare that has resulted in his abuse of girlfriend Rihanna. And Chris Brown is looking for a fresh start with a new staff.
The “Kiss Kiss” singer is said to have fired everyone from his manager Tina Davis to his lawyer Mark Geragos and PR guy Mike Sitrick in hopes that he can shove the blame on them for the poorly-handled aftermath of his domestic dispute.
The latest celebrity to weigh in on the Rihanna/Chris Brown drama is none other than talk show queen Oprah Winfrey, who warned the “Take A Bow” songstress not to jump back into a relationship with her abuser on her show last week.
Winfrey began her discourse, saying, "Both Chris Brown and Rihanna, if I were your friend, I'd call you up and say, 'Give it some time. Get yourself some counseling. Take care of yourself. Heal yourself first.’”
Yesterday, Chris Brown was charged with 2 felonies in the Los Angeles Superior Courthouse and today one question remains: Will Rihanna testify?
Although it looks like the couple is back together, Rihanna’s lawyer, Donald Etra says, "She is planning to do everything that the law requires her to do. If she is required to testify, she will do so."
While he was charged with two felony counts yesterday, Chris Brown's future could depend greatly on whether or not his girlfriend (and victim) Rihanna decides to take the witness stand.
Last night (March 5), the “Kiss Kiss” singer was spotted leaving a hotel bar at 3:45 am, along with his bodyguards, following a rough day in court (the judge told him, "You are not to annoy, harass, molest, threaten or use force or violence against anyone.")