Rihanna Says She Still Likes Chris Brown’s Music

Though she told Atlanta radio station she’s ‘over’ Brown, singer says she still thinks of him.


Rihanna told a radio interviewer on Thursday (November 19) that she still misses ex-boyfriend Chris Brown and doesn’t turn his music off when it comes on the radio. When asked on Atlanta’s Q100 if she misses Chris, Rihanna said: “Sometimes … actually yes. There are a lot of reminders, like a lot of hotel rooms, a lot of places we’ve been together, music. … There are different things that come up that are reminders of your ex.” Then she added: “When Chris’ music comes on on the radio, I don’t snub or turn it off; I listen,” whose new album, Rated R, comes out on Monday. “I like his music.”

Brown, who was in court on Thursday for a status hearing tied to his probation for assaulting Rihanna in February, has spoken several times about how he still pines for Rihanna. He has said he wishes he could be with her, despite a court order to stay 100 yards away for the next five years. According to MTV Brown told that he’s not quite ready to date again. And Rihanna quickly shot down rumors that she is already moving on with alleged new beau “90210” star Tristan Wilds.

“I don’t even have his number,” Rihanna said. “I had a house party, this is funny, and you know how you have house parties, and people come over that you don’t even know. He came by, which was fun for me, I appreciated the company. He brought a bunch of friends, and everybody’s hanging out, but I don’t even have his number, so I don’t know how I could be dating him.” [via MTV]

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