Are these exes making beautiful music together? Rihanna and Chris Brown have released two songs together, that they collaborated on. This gets us asking the question: Will this duet turn into a love song?
The Barbados beauty who turned 24 years old on Monday has collaborated on not one, but two songs with ex-boyfriend and R&B singer, Chris Brown.
Yes, get your gasps out now, before you continue to read.
The “We Found Love” artist happily went to Twitter on her birthday to share the remix full-length song, “Birthday Cake,” she did with Chris, which is featured on her album Talk That Talk. The two then had what seemed like a very public Twitter chat.
“@chrisbrown Turn up the music remix #RihannaNavy #Teambreezy enjoy!!…” tweeted Rihanna.
Chris then responded with his own tweet, saying “@rihanna goo.gl/ttRJR YIKES!!! Cake, cake, cake!”
And if the awkward Twitter conversation wasn’t enough, the lyrics to “Birthday Cake” were rather detailed — actually, very detailed.
“Girl I wanna f**k you right now, Been a long time I been missing your body. Lemme, lemme turn the light down. When I, when I go down it’s a private party,” sings Chris in the song. We’re not sure if we’re reaching the sky here, but we have feeling that Chris has an underlying message when he constantly repeats cake.
This wasn’t the only song Rihanna and Chris did together. After retweeting Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake” tweet, Chris then tweeted the other collaboration, called “Turn Up the Music,” in which Rihanna is featured.
Now, we understand that these two have a past, and we definitely understand that people are going to be angry that Rihanna is talking to Chris after she abused her, but shouldn’t these two be allowed to make music, sweet, sweet music together? What do you think?
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