Despite the fact that they unfollowed each other, a source close to the couple tells HollywoodLife.com there is still a chance the couple will reunite! Do you think we’ll see that?
Rihanna and Chris Brown have had anything but an easy relationship. Now, a source close to Rihanna tells Hollywoodlife.com exclusively that despite their constant fighting and history of abuse, the infamous couple may be willing to give their relationship a yet ANOTHER shot.
“They both still have feelings for each other but Chris is tired of the chase and sick of all of Rihanna’s manipulating of his feelings,” our source says. “She knows how to push his buttons and Chris is actually seeing that he has been taking Karrueche [Tran] for granted and wants to focus more on her, since Karrueche doesn’t bullsh**t him.”
Rihanna likes to toy with Chris’s head with all her recent back and forth Twitter insults. Our insider says her sexy photos and cryptic insults directed at Chris are just one way she’s trying to get his compete attention.
“This Twitter thing was another Rihanna move to screw with Chris’s head,” the source explains. “If history repeats itself, he will start talking to her again if he hasn’t already.”
However, Chris’ mean-spirited lyrics may be the final straw for the already fragile Rihanna. She can handle the slight Twitter insults, but accusing her of laxed sexual morals may have caused irreparable damage between the two.
“If anything will make them lose their connection, it will be the song he did and this un-following fiasco,” our insider says. “It’s currently 50/50 on what the next stage of heir relationship will be.”
But the fire and ice couple is notorious for acting on impulse rather than thinking things through. The source says both of them are, “Reactions first, and thinking what they do second type of people.”
While we think that unlucky in love Rihanna should put Chris Brown in her past, we want to know what YOU think! Do you think Rihanna and Chris should give their love another chance?
Nicole Fukuoka with reporting by Russ Weakland