Delusional Rihanna: Chris Brown the Love of My Life

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Rihanna confessed on Sunday that she is still in love with Chris Brown, the man that beat the holy hell out of her right before the 2009 Grammy Awards. I can only surmise that Rihanna is fully delusional and needs serious therapy. That girl needs to tape a photo of herself after Chris Brown beat the sh*t out of her to her mirror and stare at it every morning before she contemplates getting anywhere near him again.

I am fully aware that victims of domestic abuse often cannot help but go back to those that have beaten them, even when they might end up getting killed by the person they ‘love’. Something in them believes they are not worth more than being beaten and abused, often because of prior abuse in their lives. They think they deserve to be treated like a punching bag. Often they think it is a form of ‘love’ for a person to hit them, because they ‘need’ to be disciplined for being bad or doing wrong.

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Rihanna on ‘Good Morning America’: Abuse Can Happen to Anyone

Rihanna is speaking out publicly for the first time about the abuse she suffered at the hands of ex-boyfriend Chris Brown. In interviews with Good Morning America and Glamour magazine, Rihanna finally opens up about the terrible attack that left her battered in both body and soul.


On February 8, 2009, Rihanna failed to appear for a scheduled performance at the 2009 Grammy Awards. Reports soon surfaced the singer had been the victim of a domestic violence assault by then boyfriend Chris Brown. A leaked photograph from the Los Angeles Police Department revealed Rihanna had been beaten and physically abused. Brown later pleaded guilty to felony assault and received five years probation.

“This happened to me… it can happen to anyone,” Rihanna tells Diane Sawyer of the attack in a Good Morning America interview set to air on Thursday and Friday.

Speaking in the December issue of Glamour, Rihanna says the leak of the photo of her injuries to the media was humiliating. “I felt like people were making it into a fun topic on the internet, and it’s my life… That is not a photo you would show to anybody.”

Rihanna says the experience had a profound effect on her. “My friends and family have been extremely supportive, and everyone has been there for me,” she tells Glamour. “But at some point you are there alone. It’s a lonely place to be—no one can understand.”

“The positive thing that has come out of my situation is that people can learn from that,” Rihanna continues. “I want to give as much insight as I can to young women, because I feel like I represent a voice that really isn’t heard. Now I can help speak for those women.”

>> Previously: Chris Brown Seeks Counseling for Anger Management