It was hard not to notice how hot Rihanna looked in her Crop Over festival outfit — just ask Chris Brown. Her ex-boyfriend couldn’t help himself and left a comment on her Instagram page, and her most loyal fans were not having it.
The Navy, as RiRi ardent followers are known, did not hold back against the “Loyal” singer, who infamously assaulted his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. While his double eye emoji seemed innocent enough, fans let him know he was not welcomed on her social media platform.
“Yeah keep peepin, she showing you what you gave up fool,” one fan responded before another added, “F–k outta here you piece of garbage.” Another simply wrote, “Move along hunty.”
This is not the first time Chris, 28, reacted to Rihanna on social media. Earlier this summer, he liked a photo of the “Umbrella” singer, and it was captured by The Shade Room. However, it’s no surprise Chris is determined to show RiRi how he really feels.
In a recent documentary, he revealed that he was getting ready to propose before he was arrested and charged with felony assault. According to a report, Chris was upset that Rihanna, 29, didn’t reach out following his confession.
“Chris wanted to get a reaction from Rihanna, that was the whole point of telling the world that he was planning to propose to her,” an insider told Hollywood Life. “He’s been trying to get her attention and it hasn’t really been working so he upped his game. And that still didn’t work. Rihanna hasn’t called, texted, nothing. He’s disappointed, he was expecting something more to come out of it.”
Meanwhile, we doubt Rihanna is spending too much time in her comment section — thanks to her romance with Saudi billionaire Hassan Jameel. Sources revealed exclusively to Life & Style that the couple is already talking marriage. “They’re crazy about each other, but they both know that a prenup is a good idea,” said the insider. “Both parties agree that what they bring into the marriage, financially speaking, is what they ’ll leave with.”
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