Chris, 24, is trying to erase all negativity from his life in rehab — and that includes his ex, Rihanna! HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop on what Chris’ therapists told him to do about Ri!
Chris Brown doesn’t think of Rihanna negatively — but their 2009 domestic abuse incident impacted him so badly that he’s been instructed to not discuss her in rehab because talking about their situation is “killing him softly.” Do you think that’s a good idea, HollywoodLifers?
Chris Brown Told Not To Discuss Rihanna In Rehab
“[Chris] doesn’t think or even talk about Rihanna because she’s one of the the negatives in his life,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She as a person, is not negative, but the events and situations that happened when they were together were extremely negative and stressful on Chris. He talks about that in therapy, but when the sessions are over, they tell him not to discuss or even think about her.”
So how are Chris’ therapists telling him to get Rihanna, 25, out of his mind?
“It’s too painful and he already paid his price for what he did but everyone only seems to focus on that and it’s killing him softly,” our source reveals. “So he’s been told by professionals to erase those negative thoughts and situations he had with her from his mind.”
Chris Brown: Does He Know That Rihanna Hooked Up With Drake?
RiRi cares about the well-being of Chris, but she’s definitely didn’t check in with him before hooking up with Drake.
“She does care about him but she’s not with him,” a source close to the “Stay” singer told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Whatever she wants to do or hook up with is her business. She’s doesn’t have a man to answer to!”
So does Chris know that Rihanna hooked up with Drake?
“He’s in rehab and he does not have access to the internet, so I highly doubt he knows of any of this,” our source said. It may be for the best, since he’s trying hard to not think about her at all!
Do YOU think that Chris not thinking about Rihanna in rehab is a good thing, HollywoodLifers? Let us know!
— Ivy Jacobson