Chris Brown may have been the aggressor but after Rihanna's new interview, she is apparently the one in the wrong. Say what?!
It seems as though there are a lot of people who think that Rih's defense of C Breezy is ludicrous. She's the battered woman, after all, and he did the beating.
But is it fair to say that the sexy Bajan singer is promoting violence by speaking her mind and saying that Chris needed help? Who else is going to say it if not the person who experienced his anger issues first hand?
Here's part of what Rihanna had to say about Chris Brown:
"Who's gonna help him? Nobody's gonna say he needs help. Everybody's gonna say he's a monster without looking at the source. I was more concerned about him."
Ok, so she should be more concerned about herself and her own well-being but it makes sense that she is also worried about Chris and what will happen to him.
She obviously knew he'd be demonized (he was and still is until this day) and she was obviously worried about him getting the help he needs so that he didn't continue on the path of violence.
So all in all it seems like Rihanna wanted him to get help so that other women wouldn't suffer through what she did. How can that be perceived as "promoting violence"?
Do you think Rihanna is right in what she says about Chris Brown? Should she be bashed for talking so candidly about the incident?