We think they're trying to tell us something here.
It’s been a bumpy and very public road for Rihanna and Chris Brown, but that hasn’t stopped the controversial pair from collaborating on a new song for RiRi’s seventh studio album, "Unapologetic."
Chris and Rihanna’s new track is called “Nobodies Business,” an ode to brushing off the opinions of others and loving each other.
Though the two have collaborated before on remixes of “Birthday Cake” and “Turn Up The Music,” the timing of this song couldn’t be more ironic, as it mirrors their current relationship and whether or not they should reunite.
“You’ll always be the one that I wanna come on to,” Rihanna croons to Chris in the song. “I wanna be your baby, you’ll always be my baby. Tell me what you want now.”
And despite the fact that Chris assaulted Rihanna back in 2009, the chart-topper has had trouble letting him go since. Though Chris recently split from his girlfriend, he's been seen cozying up to Rihanna out in public, fueling rumors that the two are back on.
"I think he was the love of my life," Rihanna previously confessed of Chris. " He was the first love. I see that he loved me the same way. We were very young and very spontaneous. We ran free; we ran wild. We were falling in love and going at a really rapid pace that we forgot about ourselves.”
Rihanna’s official track listing for "Unapologetic" has been released, but her album won’t hit stores until Nov. 19. And while a snippit of "Nobodies Business" is also available, we'll have to wait another two weeks to hear the song in it's entirety.
You can listen to a clip of the controversial collaboration here:
**UPDATE: Since the song's initial release, the title has been changed to "Nobody's Business."