Chris Brown Performs Rihanna’s BBHMM’ In Concert & Calls Her “B***h For Life”

By Sohini Biswas | 2 years ago

Even though Rihanna and Chris Brown have separated, calling their relation off way back in 2013, Brown still remains a fan of Rihanna’s music. Read on for more detaisl.

For three days, Gossip Cop reported that Brown was held back by immigration officials in the Philippines. It was due to a reported fraud dispute from a cancelled concert gig  on New Year’s Eve earlier this year. Then, Brown was cleared after his legal team’s efforts and a number of rants on Instagram,

After the clearance, Brown headed to Macau host “Girls Night Out” party at Club Cubic, with the tickets costing a minimum of $480 per ticket. Brown reportedly performed his biggest hits, spraying champagne to the crowd and unexpectedly did a cover of Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money.”

Brown’s performance of Rihanna’s song was captured by his fans on video, which flooded the social media.

Soon videos flooded social media with Brown’s rendition of Rihanna’s video captured by fans. It only proved that Brown knows every word of his ex-newest track.

Fans appreciate Brown for supporting Rihanna’s music despite their history. According to Mstars, he further ignited reconciliation rumors with Rihanna after one video surfaced showing Brown telling fans that Rihanna is “my b***h for life.”

At the 2015 BET Awards, Rihanna was seen dancing along to Chirs Brown “Post To Be” performance. Now, dating rumors ignited and fans believed the duo is back on speaking terms again after two years.

Meanwhile, the duo’s previously recorded duet of “Put it Up,” and reports have surfaced on the internet about Rihanna and Brown’s another collaboration. However, neither Rihanna nor Brown has confirmed rumors of a collaboration in the near future.

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Photo Source: Facebook/Chris Brown and Rihanna

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Sohini is a writer by profession and painter by birth. She is also a bookworm and is involved in various gender empowerment activities. When she’s not playing with words, she is most likely busy painting or sculpting her imagery.