Does Rihanna want to marry Chris Brown? Obviously the answer to that question would be "Yes" only if she's insane, on drugs, or both. Whatever. For reasons unfathomable to everyone except herself, the Barbadian songbird has posted messages to her Twitter account which suggest that marriage is very much on her mind. It also looks like the guy she wants for her husband is none other than the feloniousÂ—erÂ—famous Mr. B. Yikes. Apparently, it is possible to fool at least one person all the time.
Recently, RiRi posted two messages on Twitter. Both were in the form of lyrics from a song titled I Do by Young Jeezy. And they seemed to be speaking to or about Chris Brown.
"Fold under pressure, I would never ever ever ever!" she Tweeted.
Later, she added: "I D-O, I D-O, I D-O O O!!!"
The first tweet about her determination not to "fold under pressure," could very well be her way of telling CB that she won't allow the criticism aimed at her by her friends, fans, and the general public over their collaboration and/or possible secret hookups destroy her love for him. Eewww. The repeated I D-O's speak for themselves. To reiterate: Eewww.
It has been suggested that Rihanna's second Tweet might not be from the Young Jeezy song I DO, but from an old ABBA song similarly titled I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do. That song was also about marriage and refusing to deny love.
So, there you have it. In a poll conducted by Hollywood Life, 57.1 percent of the respondents believed the tweets were indeed for or about Chris Brown. If that's true, then hopefully someone close to Rihanna will intervene and get her the help she desperately needs. On the other hand, if she and the woman beaterÂ—erÂ—Grammy winner do tie the knot, hopefully she'll adjust well to making love in cramped quarters. Prisons don't allow conjugal visits in luxury hotel suites.
Â© Hope Carson 2012
Hope Carson is the author of 2 books: A Roaring Girl: An Interview with the Thinking Man's Hooker andA Thousand and One Night Stands: The Life of Jon Vincent. You can follow her on Twitter.