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11:13 am - 11/23/2012

Rihanna and Chris spend Thanksgiving together in Berlin


So it would seem pretty certain that things are very much back ON, despite Rihanna denying she was his girlfriend in a recent interview.

Pretty much the minute Rihanna finished her own tour she was straight on the plane to see her 'lover'.

No, we haven't just turned into Austin Powers - that is how Riri cryptically referred to Chris as on Twitter where she wrote: "All alone in my big ole jet!!! See u soon lover!"



Rihanna tweeted the day after: "#Berlin #CarpeDiem," in reference to Chris' show in Germany which she was also spotted at.



The pair were later spotted leaving a Thanksgiving party and hopping into the same car.


It seems Rihanna just can't get over her ex, after admitting to Oprah in August: "It's awkward because I still love him."






A video of them arriving at the club:


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plight 23rd-Nov-2012 04:31 pm (UTC)
She could have literally whoever she wants and she goes back to a dude that beat her ass? Yikes.
goodassjob 23rd-Nov-2012 04:32 pm (UTC)
Clearly that's who she wants lol
dnttllhrry 23rd-Nov-2012 04:55 pm (UTC)
no self esteem or self worth, as much as she likes to pretend in public she does.
some_unholy_war 23rd-Nov-2012 05:15 pm (UTC)
this
bluesforgotten 23rd-Nov-2012 05:35 pm (UTC)
I'm a teacher of middle school students, and the way she exposes herself through clothes/hair/etc. is scarily similar to the actions of my most self-conscious, unconfident, and unstable (in terms of their self-worth) students.
trixx_r4_kidz 23rd-Nov-2012 07:01 pm (UTC)
DAMN. Experiencing/observing the exact same thing.....although, this is nothing new to me. Just sad to see it still happening.
antoinettemarie 23rd-Nov-2012 08:29 pm (UTC)
Same. Especially in an urban district where already trying to fight all the poverty issues too. Barbados has an incredibly high domestic violence rate, I wouldn't be surprised if it is culturally engrained. =(
bent_ley 24th-Nov-2012 12:57 am (UTC)
i def think part of it could be culturally engrained. as someone that works with intimate partner violence the incident in the car was most likely NOT the first time he beat her up. it usually starts with pushing or kicking and take times to escalate to strangling someone until they pass out.

not to mention in the police reports he was using language that is very common in IPV- he screamed at her the whole time 'wait til we get home' not 'im going to fucking kill you' because home is a reminder to the victim of what has happened before when they were at home.
pistol_eyes 23rd-Nov-2012 05:49 pm (UTC)
ia
urizanegao 23rd-Nov-2012 09:21 pm (UTC)
True story.
nationalboner 24th-Nov-2012 03:02 am (UTC)
Yup.
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