They were friends, they were enemies and now they are seemingly friends again.
The art of the clap back is a study in discernment, wit, and instinct, which is why it should come as no surprise that Rihanna, Internet queen, is the reigning champ of shutting down the haters.
While the Barbados native has been known to hop into her her mentions on social media to interact with fans and Internet trolls with “RIH-plies,” she’s not scared to jump into the fray and keep it real with her fellow celebs.
It was hard not to notice how hot Rihanna looked in her Crop Over festival outfit — just ask Chris Brown.
Her ex-boyfriend couldn't help himself and left a comment on her Instagram page, and her...
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