Not So Secret: We Decipher All The Hidden Messages Rih Rih And Breezy Sent Each Other On Their New Songs Together!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, Break Ups, Caught Creepin'
rihcb Well, those two crazy kids finally did it... Rihanna and Chris Brown finally dropped their songs together - "Birthday Cake" and "Turn Up The Music" - and they set the internet on fire! If you think these are just meaningless songs then you're out of your mind. Rih Rih and Breezy may have been sending each other some pretty personal messages on these songs. We here did some heavy listening and we think we caught all the secret and not-so-secret references. Take a look and add some, too!
cb Rihanna - Birthday Cake Bet you wanna put your name on it Put your name on it Come and put your name on it Put your name on it? Like a tattoo? Like the one Breezy got of his girl?
cb Breezy - Birthday Cake Girl I wanna f*** you right now (right now) Been a long time, I’ve been missing your body We bet he does miss her...
rihcb Rihanna - Birthday Cake Ooh baby, I like it You’re so excited Don’t try to hide it I’mma make you my b**** We think they're past the point of "trying to hide it" don't you think?
Chris Brown - Birthday Cake Ain’t new to this but you the s*** Damn, girl you pretty "Ain't new to it"...you sure aren't!
rih cb Rihanna - Birthday Cake Remember how you did it? Remember how you fit it? If you still wanna kiss it Come, c-come and get it ...No need to explain this.
rihcb Chris Brown And Rihanna - Turn Up The Music I can see it in your eyes You want a piece of me So let's do it tonight and do whatever it takes to make it right Is making a song together "doing whatever it takes".
rihcb Rihanna - Turn Up The Music I love you baby! You can hear her say this at the end of the song...smooth move, Rih Rih.
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