Recently Chris Brown dropped a freestyle over Kanye’s Theraflu that had many wondering if the singer was taking a few not-so-subtle jabs at his ex-boo Rihanna.
In the song Breezy rapped, “Don’t f–k with my old b*tch it’s like a bad fur/ Every industry n—a done had her/ Shook the tree like a pumpkin just to smash her/ B*tch is breaking codes, but I’m the password.”
Although CB didn’t mention any names, of course fans felt the diss aimed at Rihanna, and apparently she agreed. After Brown released the track on Twitter, RihRih tweeted, “Aw, poor dat #neaux1currrrr” and quickly unfollowed Breezy. (Side note: I’m going to need someone to translate what the heck that even means. I’m old).
After Rihanna unfollowed him, Brown returned the favor and severed Twitter ties with his ex, telling fans, “Assumptions! I didn’t say any names so if u took offense to it then its something you feel guilty about.”
While the blogs have latched onto the story, I can’t help thinking how juvenile this whole thing feels.
Breezy and RihRih’s relationship has been fodder for the press since the pair began dating many moons ago, and after “the incident,” things only intensified. So far, the pair have been playing the media, stoking the rumors about a possible reconciliation by exchanging suggestive tweets, teaming up for a racy song, and shouting each other out .
And it’s worked. But I’m about done with the public fiasco that is ChRihanna. Both have had their own public tantrums, both have made mistakes, and both seem like they can use a few heavy doses of maturity.
While they party it up, dropping foolish Instagram pictures and racking up more tattoos than Lil Wayne on an ink binge, I need them both to have a seat, grow up the hell up, and decide to leave each other alone from here on out.