Flo Rida offers his take on the Chris Brown and Rihanna situation. “Preferably they could just put their differences aside and...” Listen to the rest of his thoughts in this video. ”FAKE” Brown Father on Radio - ”Rihanna Is No Angel”
Yesterday, listeners on Latino 96.3, were really fooled by a man who climed that he was Clinton Brown, Chris Brown's father. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Live on the radio he revealed everything about Chrianna and defended his ''son”. He ”confirmed” that Rihanna was pregnant in 2-3 months and that everything about the february 8 incident was Rihanna's fault. ”But I know my son and Rihanna, I love both of them. But Rihanna has issues.”
Don't believe anything of what you hear in the interview, it's all fake!
Rihanna in Barbados - April 3rd
Yesterday Rihanna arrived home to celebrate her grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary.
Her dad: “She's home, she is in good spirits. And she sounds great. She just got in a couple hours ago. I will see her tomorrow,” Fenty told Us. “[We'll] probably do lunch. Of course, I'm happy to have her home. Things are good with her. She is doing really, really well. She's back to herself again.”
R&B superstar Rihanna has denied recent rumors that claimed she has been tapped to star in the upcoming film adaption of late writer Iceberg Slim's classic, Mama Black Widow.
According to Denver Post, the Grammy winning singer has labeled reports of her acting alongside Mos Def in the upcoming film as “rumors.”
“I've never been involved in that movie,” Rihanna told The Post. “And I probably won't be.”
As previously reported by SOHH, Rihanna was reportedly rumored to star in the upcoming film alongside actors Macy Gray and Anthony Anderson. Set in the 1930s, the plot revolves around an African-American family's migration from the racially tense state of Mississippi to the ghetto-themed underworld of Chicago, Illinois.
Focused on alleged lead actor Brian J White's character, “Otis Tilson,” the story emphasizes his difficulties in trying to keep his family together as they encounter alcoholism, prostitution, sexual deviation and injustice.
Directed by Darren Grant, the film will also star actresses Kerry Washington and Angela Bassett, according to IMD No release date has been announced on the movie's production as of yet.
In related news, Rihanna will perform at the National Football League's Pepsi Smash Super Bowl Bash in Florida next month. Hostedy by actor Jerry O'Connell, the concert will air live on VH1and feature Rihanna, Fall Out Boy and Lifehouse.
Tickets for the event range from $20 to $45 and are available through Live Nation and www.ticketmaster.com.The Super Bowl Bash concert is scheduled to air Thursday, January 29 at 9 p.m. EST.
"Rehab" is the eighth and final single taken from Rihanna's third studio album, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007) in the US and the UK. It was written by Justin Timberlake, Timbaland and Hannon Lane, with Timberlake and Timbaland contributing backing vocals in its bridge. As of November 25, the song has officially entered the Top 20 on pop radio. On November 23 2008, she performed this song at the 2008 American Music Awards.
"Rehab" was released to radio on October 7, 2008. "Rehab" had already been slated for release in August, 2008 in the UK but was pushed back due to the digital release of "Disturbia". Even without the official release yet, the song has been starting to pick up on pop radio as of the end of September. It has been played on New York City's Z100 late September. It was the fifth most added song to radio in Australia, on its first week of release.
Rihanna's “Disturbia” has dethroned Katy Perry's “I Kissed A Girl,” becoming the current most-downloaded song on Apple's iTunes.
British singer-songwriter M.I.A. has the No. 2 most downloaded song for Aug. 4 with “Paper Planes.” The song is the third single from the star's album Kala. The song has gained popularity after being featured in a trailer for the upcoming comedy, “Pineapple Express,” which stars Seth Rogen and James Franco.
Katy Perry's “I Kissed a Girl” is still hot, coming in at No. 3. The Jonas Brothers also retain their popularity, following the success of “Camp Rock.” Their hit “Burnin' Up” is at No. 4.