Rihanna Maybe Takes Exception to Chris Brown Lyric, Goes For the Twitter Block
Posted by Newson 05/10/2012 at 9:38 AM
Chris Brown might not “give a fuck about later,” but now as a result of his recent freestyle over Kanye’s “Way Too Cold,” he and one-time flame (and recent collaborator and birthday-well-wisher) Rihanna might be back on the outs. Ri evidently got wind of the “Cold” lyric “Don’t f**k with my old bitch it’s like a bad fur/ Every industry n***a done had her/ Trick-or-treat like a pumpkin just to smash her/ Niggas breaking codes, but I’m the password,” and took it to be about her (or at least took it to be an offensively awful lyric, which would be fair). She apparently responded by unfollowing Brown on Twitter, tweeting the following:
Aw, poor dat #neaux1currrrr
— Rihanna (@rihanna) May 10, 2012
If in fact this is a cause-and-effect thing, and represents the dissolution of Chris Brown and Rihanna’s unholy reunion, we can’t say we’re terribly disappointed in that. Nothing about this was ever a good idea, and we probably like “Birthday Cake” better without Brown anyway. And really, holy hell is that an awful lyric.
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