Do Rihanna's vague Twitter posts mean it's off with Chris?

Dec 14, 2012 at 4:27 p.m. ET

The on-again, off-again relationship between singing stars Rihanna and Chris Brown may be in trouble, if Rihanna's vague-but-grouchy tweets are anything to go by.

Rihanna with bouquet of flowers

Do Rihanna and Chris Brown ever actually talk in person? Or do they relay their feelings to each other only via passive-aggressive tweets and Instagram photos?

Over the weekend, Rihanna was reportedly ticked off with Brown, who hung out in Paris with ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran. She's a recent ex — Brown just broke up with her in October, reportedly so that he could focus his energies on the woman he famously assaulted four years ago.

In response, Rihanna let loose with a stream of angry tweets, starting over the weekend and continuing right up through today.

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"Goodbye, muthaf***** #takeoff," she wrote, followed by, "You give, you get, then you give it the f*** back."

Wednesday morning, she sent the message, "Never underestimate a man's ability to make you feel guilty for his mistakes" to her 37 million Twitter followers.

Rihanna in front of a fireplace

Rihanna also posted photos of a plane taking off, an image of herself half-naked by a fireplace holding a glass of wine (pictured above), and a screen shot of a description of women born under the astrological sign of Pisces (Rihanna's sign) that says the Pisces woman is "generous and sweet but don't cross her" that she captioned "I don't wanna give you the wrong impression."

Busy Rihanna posted an additional Instagram image of herself with Chris Brown's disembodied tattooed arm around her, writing, "Damn…….I miss my nigga," and several scans of what appear to be a religious tract, with phrases underlined like, "Jesus wasn't swayed by men's opinions, threats judgments, or criticisms."

Rihanna, what are you trying to say? If you want to send messages only certain people will get, just go ahead and send them to the person in question.

Because "vaguebooking" like a 16-year-old girl who posts "I'm sad!" only to get her friends to ask what's wrong — that should be a little beyond you at 24-about-to-be-25-in February.

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