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Rihanna Receives BACKLASH From Women’s Abuse Charities For ‘Promoting Violence’!

Rihanna is now facing backlash from many women abuse charities after she admitted to still “loving” her ex Chris Brown in her interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The songstress opened up about her true feelings towards her ex for the first time after he assaulted her back in 2009 on Oprah’s Next Chapter, which aired last night. More details below…………

In a 12-minute section of the interview, Rih spoke about having mixed feelings for the ‘Fortune’ singer and gradually learning how to forgive him for his vicious assault on her three years ago.

According to reports

“Brown was said to have “punched the star in the face, smashed her head against a car window and bit her.”

However, charities for women’s abuse victims, are blasting the Roc Nation singer for giving a glossy interview on such a sensitive matter.

One charity is saying Rih’s interview was, 

“reducing savage attacks to the seriousness reserved for kiss-and-make-up stories in glossy magazines.”

While women’s campaigner Erin Pizzey, said:

“This sends out a very dangerous message to teenagers that roller-coaster relationships with violence-prone personalities are edgy and exciting.”

“They’re not. The relationship is toxic and unhealthy. Both are in need of help and that is the message that young people should be receiving.”

Um ok, even though I personally don’t think Rihanna was sanctioning violence, but do you think Rih was sending out the wrong message by speaking about Chris in her Oprah interview?



  1. Anonymous

    August 20, 2012 at 2:41 pm

    she saw her ma get whopped on and stay so why would u expect anything else from her. One my friends in high school boyfriend shot her dead in her face a week after graduation. he also shot my homegirl that was trying help her leave him and get away after one of their "arguments". go back to him RHI RHI, let him kill ur ass u saw the what the sign read, u ignored it. But please watch ur mouth in front of company…learn from Bey…keep it to urself please. These young girls don't need any help being simple.

  2. Anonymous

    August 21, 2012 at 4:05 am

    Idk why people always say "oh these celebrities are setting a bad example!" I say its up to the parents to teach ur kids wrong from right and talk to them. Even if they look up to them. They make mistakes just like the rest of us!

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