Rihanna & Chris Brown collaborated on a new song called “Nobodies Business”

These are some new photos of Rihanna leaving the rehearsals of the Victoria’s Secret show yesterday. I guess the Vicky’s Secret runway show is tonight or tomorrow? And Rihanna will perform? That makes sense. I’m not being silly, either – I think the combination of Rihanna and Victoria’s Secret works well together. Certainly better than Maroon 5 or whatever.

A combination I’m not so pleased with? Rihanna and Chris Brown have reportedly collaborated on yet another song, this one for her new album. The song is called “Nobodies Business” which sets off my grammar bitch. Why not “Nobody’s Business”? Or is it about “nobodies” and their business? But wouldn’t that still be possessive and there would need to be an apostrophe?

What’s Rihanna doing with Chris Brown these days? Frankly, it’s “Nobodies Business.”

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, Rihanna shared the track list from her upcoming album Unapologetic with her 26.5 million Twitter followers. One single sure to cause a stir? “Nobodies Business,” a duet with her possibly on-again love, Chris Brown. (This is the duo’s third collaboration this year — in early 2012, they teamed up for the racy “Birthday Cake,” as well as the remix of Brown’s “Turn Up the Music.”)

In light of their latest joint project, Brown’s breakup with model Karrueche Tran, and his and Rihanna’s recent, very public PDA-fests, it seems as though the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer and the Barbados-born beauty are ready to be more open about their controversial reunion. (Back in January, Us Weekly reported Brown and Rihanna were hooking up again — three years after Brown violently assaulted the “We Found Love” songstress.)

In August, Rihanna admitted to Oprah during a sit-down with the host that Brown “was the love of my life.”

Just hours after Brown confirmed to Us he had split from Tran in early October, the R&B singer shared a video message with his own Twitter followers, entitled, “The Real Chris Brown.” In the clip, Brown admits he’s “a little drunk,” but that he wants to clarify a few things about falling back in love with Rihanna while still dating Tran, 23.

“When you share with history with somebody, then you tend to fall in love with somebody else, it’s kinda difficult,” he says. “Is there such thing as loving two people? I don’t know if that’s possible, but for me, I feel like that.”

[From Us Weekly]

Hollywood Life says that Rihanna and Chris recorded the track months ago and “kept it strictly on the down low.” A source says: “They collabed on that track many months ago and both of them wanted to keep that under wraps until the time was right. The track is hot and Chris kept that s–t on the under because they both wanted it that way…Rihanna wanted him on the album since like last year and she put that bug in his ear and he was like cool and jumped on it. He was down for it. He wasn’t gone tell her no.” You know what Rihanna’s new album is called? Unapologetic. Ugh.

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  1. teehee says:

    Wellhoney the only reason anyone would “get into your business” is only to help you. We have your best interest in mind when we say he’s an asshat and you are making a mistake to be anywhere near him.

  2. judyjudy says:

    Like my granny says, what kind of sloppy woman goes out with wet hair?

    THIS kind of woman. That’s who.

  3. Elisabeth says:

    the part of Whitney Houston will now be played by Rhianna

  4. EBitch says:

    The title made me cringe because I assume they were high when they decided on “nobodies”, but I say they can do what they want. I think she’d beat the crap out of him if he tried anything this time around, so it’s on!

    • Kasey says:

      ^THIS to the 10th power. I’m from the islands and I know we women can be quite feisty. When news first broke out about their altercation (I know it doesn’t sound good but) my first thought was, ” I wonder if she did something to provoke him?” And I wasn’t talking about running her mouth I meant physically. Lo and behold that’s what turned out to have happened.

      People seem to forget that according to reports SHE assaulted him first (and wasn’t it WHILE HE WAS DRIVING?!). I wonder if he had meekly done nothing to keep her off of him and control the car how that story would have ended. Who would have been the battered one? What innocent pedestrian or drivers might have been hurt?

      I am NOT advocating or condoning what he did but I AM saying 1-girlfriend bears some responsibility and 2- girlfriend is just as bad. Those were my statements back then and my statements now.

      • Ok says:

        Kasey I have to agree with you. I have a feeling that there was a lot of anger on both sides. Only problem when that happens is that he has a lot more upper body strength. He suffers a few minor hits. She bears the lion share of the physical damage.

        Now just remember everybody, it is them against the whole world and ain’t nobody gonna tell them what they can and cannot do.

        Classic abuser 101 mentality.
        Poor girl. Poor, stupid, stupid girl

      • Elizabeth says:

        Re : OK says.

        ITA. Classic abused woman mentality. Her new CD should be called “Stupid Like Me”. That would be more accurate. How does a woman get caught up in this s**t??

    • erika says:

      riri, in response to your song?

      NOBODY CARES!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • KellyinSeattle says:

      Yes, I’m a teacher and that bugs me because it should be, “Nobody’s Business”….

  5. HotPockets says:

    The irony! they’re releasing/ recording a song called “Nobodies business.” Then why make the song in the first place? my eyes can’t roll enough.

  6. Macey says:

    I really couldnt care less about about her and Chris. its her life, they’re going to do what they want anyway so its not worth even forming an opinion.
    that said, how many albums does she need to put out? Its total overkill. Ive never been into her sound at all but our local radio plays her like very 3rd song which is kind of odd since i dont know anyone into her music. I guess the label has to make money while they can b/c i dont see her ‘on top’ for too much longer. her music is already getting repetitive.

  7. Sushi says:

    Well,next time Chris gives you a black eye don’t come crying down. It’s none of our business.

    • Elizabeth says:

      Sadly this is exactly what will happen and exactly what he wants to have happen. She goes back to him, alienates people who would otherwise want to help her and then she is too embarassed/ ashamed to ask for help next time (and there will be a next time) he beats her. And he does his little victory dance because he knows he’s won. He is a sick and pathetic man and her stupid behaviour in being with him doesn’t excuse his actions one bit.

      Why should we care? Because everyone (espcially young men and women) is watching these famous idiots and thinking that their behaviour is OK because they’re famous. “See”, they say, “This is what love really looks like”. It makes me sick.

      • dean travers says:

        I suspect that rather than another hard-core beatdown he’s just gonna humiliate her. Need “some space” and whatnot. I used to defend her but this defensive schtick is really getting old. You aren’t being a rebel you’re being a chump. Totally OT, but has it ever been addressed that both she and CB looked high as f%*K that infamous night? If coke or crystal isn’t a tie that binds with these two I’ll eat my hat!

  8. Jay says:

    Seconded on the grammar cringe. Funny that bothered me more than the collaboration. I can only assume it’s because I’m desensitized to their relationship stupidity.

  9. The Original Genevieve says:

    Please, PLEASE get that girl into treatment.

    Chris Brown, I truly don’t care about saving. Any man who demonstrates violence of that level to ANY woman is a tool, but particularly the one he’s supposed to love? Total psycho-douche.

    Rihanna really needs someone to help her untangle all the snakes in her head. I sure hope it will be before CB kills her this time. What a bummer. :(

  10. T.C. says:

    Nobodies Business guess calling us nobodies. Domestic violence is everybody’s business baby.

  11. diva says:

    She’s moved passed it. So should everyone else. Not my life so I don’t care. This girl needs a break. 7 mediocre albums in 7 years? Jeez….

  12. diva says:

    She’s moved passed it. So should everyone else. Not my life so I don’t care. This girl needs a break. 7 mediocre albums in 7 years? Jeez

  13. The Original Victoria says:

    Like seriously, no 1 curr-to borrow my cuz’s fav expression-anymore. RiRi and Chris Pound: it’s not provocative anymore that you’re collaborating on shit that is a middle finger to RiRi’s supporters. Birthday Cake was stale as hell and this one will be too.

    Nobody’s business? RIght, just the millions of people who buy your bullshit so you can live high on the hog.

    I was team RiRi for the longest in terms of not judging her but this flaunting the relationship in the public’s face is really out of pocket. I can’t get down with that.

  14. Meg says:

    So? Who cares? It only gives her more publicity. She has new album to sell. If she is OK with him we should be OK with this situation as well.

  15. hillbillyinthecorner says:

    Thats right she moved past it soooooo it makes it all right…. just like my cousin got past it 4 times , 4 times got passed it because she “loved him” and “He loved her” and the 5th time “her love put her in ICU for four weeks….after which she went to a battered woman’s clinic…and he went to prison…think the story is over…he got 3-5 yrs for battery and was released in 7 mos…and the first thing he did when he got free was to trace her down and break in her front door where …..she shot him right through the heart…as he was about to stab her…She stood trial and aqquitted for justicfible homicide…. 10 yrs of hell….
    Chris Brown is a Bully…..but so is Rhianna….they deserve each other but don’t I don’t want to ever want to hear her crying poor me again…

  16. Bowers says:

    Then they both need to stop tweeting. Stop it. Stop it. Be private. hahahahahahahah

  17. Kosmos says:

    Well, let them go for it and have their Gucci moments together, and make their pop songs and love it up….until the time comes when they aren’t getting along so well, and when Chris Brown finds time to have someone on the side, then it will become damage control all over again. These two are young, a bit crazy both of them, so I don’t hold out for a solid long term happy ending, sorry.

  18. Sandy Pandy says:

    Waiting for the follow ups “Nobody Cared” and “Nobody Purchased”. Go away already.

  19. redd says:

    When you put your business on twitter and all over the world, it is everybody’s business.

  20. skuddles says:

    Great, if it’s “nobodies business” than stop making it our business (did they really spell it that way??? What morons). They’re constantly trying to make it our business with their stupid tweets, pics, public shenanigans, and douchey drunk vids. We’ll make you a deal – you guys shut up and disappear and we promise not to give a shit.

  21. DB says:

    Poor, lost little girl.

    Letting Chris back in her life seems like such a huge, huge mistake.

    Perhaps its that abused woman’s syndrome people talk about?

    I don’t understand it, but it just seems so sad that she can’t seem to get a handle on things.

  22. Samanthalous says:

    Um no one is saying anything about HER HANDS ARE HUGE!!!!

  23. grabbyhands says:

    If it’s “nobodies business”, why won’t the two of them shut the fuck up and go away?

  24. Alexis says:

    I can be Rihanna too…”LOOK AT ME!………….DON’T LOOK AT ME!”

    • bondbabe says:

      Yes; it’s “LOOK AT ME…but only when I want/tell you to, because otherwise it’s “‘nobodies business’.” Gah!

      And I think the misspelling of “nobodies” IS intentional—they’re just trying to be controversial/attention-getting…again.

  25. ShaCur says:

    I am a survivor of d.v and know many other survivors as well, and this is more offputting than anything if only because of the sheer “in your face” attitude of it all. Typically (though not always) when a woman goes back, it’s not something we’re overly “proud” of, we go back out of fear, need for “security”, because we don’t know anything better, whatever the case may be. But this is so over the top, something just seems very off about it.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      1. I’m sorry that you had to go through that. You do seem to be doing better now. I hope I’m right. Stay strong.

      2. She did that song/video with Eminem and Megan Fox pretty recently, it was the one that practically counted as a home video. Did she watch it? Did the cocaine make the wisdom dive out of her brain?

  26. claire says:

    They’ll be together until he hits her again, so the surprise or shock at their antics is gone for me. She’s been clear what her choice is; he’s made clear he hasn’t changed and is a total douchebag. I don’t think any lessons have been learned there.

  27. Nicole says:

    She looks terrible. She looked better during the GGGB era.

  28. d says:

    Whatever with those two.
    But I amm just going to listen to Pink’s “Stupid Girls”, then Garbage’s “Stupid Girl”.

  29. Vivian says:

    I used to enjoy some of her music but I just can’t with her anymore these days.

  30. gee_gee says:

    If it’s “Nobodies Business” (And, is that the spelling, by the way?) then they should shut the ever-loving hell up about it.

  31. lolita says:

    well if it is “nobodies business” then Why are you doing a song about it???? this 2 idiots are so annoying!! go away already

  32. Londerland says:

    What gets me about Rihanna’s “unapologetic” attitude is this: this is not a situation where (as a f’rinstance) a carefree, sexually active young woman is being labelled a slut or something, in which case being unapologetic and telling people to GTFO would be an appropriate response.

    No, the rest of the world is dismayed because HE TRIED TO KILL HER AND SHE’S GONE BACK TO HIM. We’re not saying, “Girl, show some decorum and put on some pants!” We’re asking her not to get in the shark tank again. Nobody’s saying SHE needs to apologise, are they?

    She has the benefit, unlike the vast majority of domestic violence victims, of having millions of people on her side, of having her abuse clearly documented, of not having to worry about not being believed. And yet it seems as if she’s spinning it as though the welfare of a young woman having been beaten by her boyfriend is none of the world’s business – exactly the OPPOSITE of the truth, the opposite of what victims NEED.

    Victims need sympathy, concern, help, they need to be heard. When they start down the slope back toward their abusive partner, then need the support of others to convince them that they don’t need that person in their life.

    I mean, maybe he’s changed, maybe he never will lay a finger on her again, but it sure doesn’t look that way. He’s an egotist with anger issues and she seems to think that love isn’t love unless it’s volatile and dangerous. It’s not looking good.

  33. Gh says:

    My guess is they got back together a year ego,
    Next time he slaps her around or worse, she should keep it to herself.