Monday, June 29, 2009


Looks like the feeling is mutual for Chris and Rihanna....The NY Daily News reports that a close "friend" of the two is also giving a thumbs down to the recent Breezy ruling:

"They think it's unnecessary and ridiculous," says a mutual pal of the protection order handed down at Tuesday's criminal proceeding, during which Brown pled guilty to one count of felony assault in the February attack that left Rihanna battered and bruised. "After [the proceeding], Ri and Chris talked on the phone for almost an hour and really worked at becoming friends. They're solid now."

But as much as Rihanna and Chris may want to bury the hatchet, their friend is quick to dismiss a renewed romance. "That's 100% done," says the pal. "They aren't looking to hook back up again. They're both moving on and going their separate ways."

Brown is currently in the studio. The "No Air" crooner is working on his comeback album, which will reportedly feature duets with Mary J. Blige and Keri Hilson. We hear the disk will also include a song called "Not My Fault," about a female "singer" who got "caught up." We wonder who that could be.

Rihanna is also back to work on new music, but seems to be finding more time for play than her ex. While Brown focuses on his career and repairing his image, Rihanna has recently attended a handful of premieres like "Year One," enjoyed play dates with pals Aubrey (Drake) Graham, LeBron James and Kanye West, and gone clubbing at Jay-Z's 40/40.

In addition, CoverGirl seems to have made peace with Rihanna and is releasing a three-month-old ad campaign featuring the singer as its spokeswoman. Being back in the spotlight and more famous than ever? Now that's beautiful.

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