Domestic Intervention: Friends Rihanna And Chris Brown Are Trying Their Darnedest To Prevent A Reunion

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Coupled Up, News, SMH

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Looks like Breezy and RihRih can’t fight their feelings for each other and are headed for reunion – BUT not over their friends (and Karrueche’s) dead bodies.

Via TMZ:

Chris Brown and Rihanna are dangerously close to getting back together, sources close to the ex-couple tell TMZ — but the singers’ friends are desperately trying to keep them apart .. for their own good. According to sources, Rihanna is still head over heels for Chris — despite that fateful night 3 years ago when he brutalized her — and if it weren’t for the media and her fans, she would already have taken him back.

We’re told Chris also has extremely strong feelings for Rihanna — current girlfriend be damned. Now, sources tell us, Rihanna and Chris’ friends are terrified they’ll get back together — and they’re doing everything they can to prevent a possible reunion.

According to sources, friends on BOTH sides have expressed extremely strong reservations to Ri and CB about spending so much time together … warning it’s a terrible idea … personally AND professionally.

We agree. This isht has disaster written all over it!!

Poor Karrueche.

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