Twitter Releases Chris Brown Grammy Awards Drama
Twitter's Sunday night buzz has nowhere detailed about the achievement of Mumford and Sons, who took home the top award at the Grammys, but yes, the buzzing do talked about some scenes from the event.
The news is actually talking about megastar Rihanna and Chris Brown, both of whom were captured by cameras during Grammys Awards focusing Rihanna smiling, and resting her head on Chris Brown's shoulder. The couple when was looked together on Twitter, it immediately recorded comments like "in love" and "phenomenal".
Rihanna when interviewed about her reunion for Rolling Stone's Valentine's Day issue, she talked about the night before the 2009 Grammy Awards. She and Brown were taking a drive but suddenly they began to argue, which then proceeded into a big clash between the personalities. Brown bang Rihanna's head against the car window bite her and punched her repeatedly and even threatened to kill her.
But on Sunday, Brown was seen sliding his arm around Rihanna. "Hollywood has long operated on ugly double standards", Ms. Jennifer L. Pozner, executive director of Women In Media & News, and author of Reality Bites Back: The Troubling Truth About Guilty Pleasure TV, said.
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