Rihanna was recently long engaged in a rather heated Twitter love triangle between herself, her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, and his girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, which resulted in plenty of provocative posts, suggestive photos, and a good amount of vitriol. Of course, the social media platform kept these lovers' and haters' quarrels completely non-physical. The same cannot be said for Brown and his entourage's recent altercation at New York City nightclub WIP with Drake and his posse, where injuries were pretty widespreadÂ—even to innocent bystanders. And the venue itself was apparently pretty ravaged, too. But did Ri Ri really laugh about it all? Hopefully not!
Previous reports have said that the "We Found Love" singer was disappointed to hear about the brawl between two guys she's been intimately connected with, Chris Brown and Drake. No surprise there! But a new source has come out flinging accusations that she actually couldn't have been happier that these guys were battling it out, seemingly for her sake.
"Rihanna loves this! Men fighting over her? Are you kidding? Of course. [She] loves the drama," a source revealed. And, as for her initial reaction after hearing about the fight: "She just laughed. She's spoken to both of them and just thinks it's crazy. She's glad she wasn't there, though," the source added, as Daily Mail reports. It's no surprise she's happy she was MIA from the club scene that night, as she could have easily been caught in the crosshairs and injured.
Perhaps at the time of her rumored humorous (and therefore inappropriate) response to the fracas, she was unaware of the seriousness of the situation. The Barbadian songstress may get a kick out of being a desired woman. After all, every girl wants to feel wanted and lovedÂ—with guys figuratively fighting for her affection. But Rihanna should (and probably does, despite this new source's story) draw the line when things get physically dangerous and people get hurt.
Broken glass and flying bottles equal a bad romance and are certainly no foundation on which to sustain any type of relationship.