Brown has faced one more problem with the police. Now he had reportedly snatched a woman’s iPhone as she tried to snap his picture outside a Miami Beach nightclub.
“B—-, you ain’t going to put that on no website,” said anxious singer when taking the phone from woman’s hands, according to a police report. The case remains under investigation.
“My prosecutors are currently speaking with witnesses and reviewing all of the materials supplied by Miami Beach Police,” says Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle. “Only after these reviews have been completed would any type of action be considered or taken.”
The Miami Beach police incident report provided by Christal Shanae Spann accuses the R&B star of “robbery by sudden snatching” outside the Cameo nightclub, reports PEOPLE.
Meanwhile The-Dream, producer who wrote Rihanna’s “Birthday Party”, revealed that Rihanna told him about her wish to include her abuser into her remix, but the “Shawty Is a 10” singer was far more understanding than RiRi’s detractors.
“At the end of the day, she’s my friend, so whatever she wants to do is whatever she wants to do,” The-Dream told Sway told reporters just two days after Rihanna released the controversial remix.
The-Dream recalls when Rihanna said to him: “I think I’m gonna put Chris on it.” The-Dream also remembers responding: “I don’t know which Chris you talkin’ about, [but] OK, cool, whatever you say.”
Of course there is only one Chris, and The-Dream realized the possibility that the former pair would be coming together in song after the 2009 assault that made Brown public enemy #1, writes MTV.
“She’s pretty smart too. The same questions that went through my mind, and I’m an artist also, had to have gone through hers,” The-Dream continued.
“When she raised the question to me, I know she’s not crazy. So my thought was you’ve been thinking about this, you’ve already thought it out, so evidently you know what reaction you gonna get.”
Before the release of the remix of “Birthday Cake”and “Turn Up The Music (Remix),” Rihanna wrote on Twitter, “I’m so solid as a rock, they just can’t stop me now!”
As the singer’s friend, The-Dream urges Rihanna’s fans to support her music reunion with Brown as an example of forgiveness.
“Because this is about her,” The-Dream said of Rihanna. “If she can forgive, that’s where she is mentally. As a friend, it’s like, ‘Okay, cool. Let’s roll.'”
He kept on sharing: “For me, it’s just music – two talented people doing a record together, doing two records together, and that’s what it was.”
The-Dream whose real name is Terius Nash told reporters. “It wasn’t about an incident that happened. The true thing really is to forgive, and… you want to believe in people.”
“So much of (Rihanna’s) music is about being in control of herself,” agreed Tamar Anitai, the managing editor of MTV Buzzworthy.
“Some of her fans have been really surprised by (her working with Brown again), but a lot of her other fans are so used to her making these big, bold statements.”