There’s no doubt that Chris Brown and Rihanna have a storied history together.
From Chris’ felony assault charges, to getting into a fight with Drake, it seems he’ll always be linked to the “FourFiveSeconds” singer in some way.
Rihanna even spoke about Chris’ new role of being a father.
According to Urban Islandz, the beautiful songbird is proud of Brown and is thrilled that he’s trying his best to be a good dad.
“Rihanna has always seen Chris as someone who would be a good father, but to actually see him taking on the role of fatherhood makes her feel very proud of him, irregardless of the circumstances,” said an Urban Islandz source.
In addition, Rihanna says she’s at a place in her life where she’s happy for Brown and harbors no ill feelings towards him. “She is genuinely happy for him and wish him always the best, because being a parent is not easy, especially in his situation.”
Does that mean Rihanna and Brown will get back together, now that he’s shown a level of responsibility and maturity? The answer is a big fat no, mainly because Ri-Ri is super busy growing her brand and has no intentions of slowing down.
“There are no plans to rekindle any relationship right now,” said the source. “Rihanna is fully focused on her career and is way too busy to be a stepmom.”
Despite the fact that Rihanna and Chris won’t be reuniting, fans can still hear a new song from the former couple, according to the site MStarz. It’s called “Put It Up,” which is there last known collaboration since 2012’s “Birthday Cake.”
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Brown said that he was eager to work with Ri-Ri again but wanted to do something different this time around.
“I wanted to do an R&B record with Rihanna because I didn’t want it to be the four-on-the-floor pop,” he said. “At the end of the day, that’s what they’d expect from us, so I wanted to do more of a record that nobody really heard her sing on as far as that genre.”
Unfortunately, “Put It Up” has been removed from Youtube, but it should pop up elsewhere relatively soon.