Now that Chris Brown is heavily promoting his recently released ‘X,’ he is opening up on subject that were previously taboo for him in interviews. On Rihanna, Breezy reveals that he would definitely work together in the studio once again should the opportunity arise! Watch below.
Who can forget the time Chris Brown, 25, was questioned about Rihanna, 26, on Good Morning America in 2011 and he reacted by throwing a chair out the window? Well, it seems like anger management rehabilitation and jail may have done its part in changing Chris for the better — in a new interview in promotion of his newest album, X, Chris opens up about Rihanna and reveals that the two are still friends and that a future collaboration is definitely not off the table. Watch his interview with Access Hollywood below!
Chris Brown & Rihanna Recording Music Together? — Watch New Interview
“I think people kinda always get misconceptions because if you don’t see [Rihanna and I] in the headlines dating or with each other, it’s always, ‘Oh, they hate each other,'” Chris told Access Hollywood‘s Liz Hernandez.
“Me and her are friends. We have a great understanding. There’s no issues.
“At the end of the day, we’ll do music. If the time is right, if she’s working on an album and wants me on a record, she can call, I’ll get on the record.
If I need her on something, and vice versa… that friendship speaks volumes,” Chris continued. “We’ve been friends, we’ve known each other for almost 10 years, the same amount of time I’ve been doing music. I don’t think that’s ever gonna change. … It is what it is; we’re friends.”
Chris Brown: Has He Really Changed?
It’s possible that therapy and anger management have really done their part in rehabilitating him; he certainly seems repentant about his past mistakes and he doesn’t gloss over them like he used to.
Watch Chris Brown Talk To ‘Access Hollywood’ About Drake, Rihanna, Jail & More:
HollywoodLifers, would you want to see Rihanna and Chris Brown record music together? Or should they just let that lie? Has Chris really changed? Let us know!
— Amanda Michelle Steiner