Okay, I really don't know what to do with Rihanna and Chris Brown.  There is a definite history of abuse.  And if you were like me, you had to cringe when you saw Chris Brown performing at the Grammys, and then being "honored" by winning one.  And then in his acceptance speech says nothing of the incident or even provides an apology.

And now, we see olive branches (it appears) being extended from Rihanna to Chris.  And a collaboration on two songs???

At least one writer says we are missing the boat by ignoring the family histories of abuse.  Does that provide any insight?  Check out this Blisstree article and make your own decision.

Even better may be The Argument You're Having with Yourself about Rihanna and Chris Brown.

Note: Click here for info on my blog about domestic violence.

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