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TheDailyBeast: 2012 Celebrity Scandals

Rihanna and Chris Brown

Ever since Grammys weekend 2009, Chris Brown has been inextricably associated with the vicious beating of his then-girlfriend Rihanna—but that hasn’t stopped both Brown and Rihanna from trolling the universe all through 2012. They started off the year by setting the rumor mill abuzz almost three years after the night Rihanna was beaten by supposedly spending four hours alone together in Brown’s dressing room before the Grammy Awards. Little more than a week later, Rihanna dropped a remix to her song “Birthday Cake” featuring Brown and a lot of sexually explicit exchanges. The rest of the year was filled with speculation about their rekindling romance, as photos of the two partying together cropped up and Rihanna gave an emotional interview to Oprah Winfrey in which she called Brown the “love of my life,” despite Brown’s relationship at the time with aspiring model Karreuche Tran. The Karreuche problem appeared to go away in October, however, when Brown announced that he was ending his relationship because he didn’t “want to see her hurt over my friendship with Rihanna.” A day later a video titled “The Real Chris Brown,” showed an apparently drunk Brown musing on his relationships with Rihanna and Tran. “Is there such thing as loving two people? I don’t know if that’s possible but for me, I feel like it is,” Brown drawls from the back of a taxicab. November slapped us with photo after Instagram photo of the pair backstage, lounging around, or, in one case, snuggling. And we can’t neglect to mention Rihanna’s single “Nobody’s Business,” a duet with Brown from her newest album—called Unapologetic because, get it? Rihanna is unapologetic about every god-awful decision she’s made this year.

(Evan Agostini/ AP Photo)
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