Chris Brown and Rihanna "talk all the time" and are still "very close"

Rihanna and Chris reportedly still care for each other and talk all the time despite years after calling it quits on their relationship.

                            Chris Brown and Rihanna "talk all the time" and are still "very close"

Chris Brown and Rihanna seemed to be the "it" couple of the music industry but soon things fell apart, and in 2013 they announced their split. However, according to US Weekly, the exes are still very much in each other's lives and are still very close. 

A source said they talk all the time  (Photo by Scott Gries/Getty Images)

This comes after Chris shared made an Instagram tribute directed towards Rihanna, wishing her on her 30th birthday. Even though it surprised many, it did not seem odd for those who are close to the two. "Fans might have been surprised that Chris wished Rihanna a happy birthday so very publicly on social media," a source close to Chris told the tabloid. "However, they are good friends and talk all the time."

Chris shared a series of three pictures which seems like was taken when the couple was together. He captioned the picture as, "Happy birthday Rih", along with a heart emoji. While Chris tried to express his good wishes, it wasn't appreciated by Rihanna's fans, as they quickly lashed out at the singer and asked him to take down the photos. 

He pleaded guilty to attacking her  (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

The pair's one-year-long relationship ended after Chris attacked her in his car while en route to a Grammy Awards party in 2009. Chris pleaded guilty to the same and accepted a plea deal which consisted of nearly five years of probation and one year of domestic violence counseling. 

Even though the two reunited and briefly dated again in 2012, they called it quits on their relationship in a couple of months and officially ended their relationship in 2013. She even spoke about the incident in an interview with Vanity Fair. “I was very protective of him,” she said at that time. 

“I felt that people didn’t understand him. … But you know, you realize after a while that in that situation, you’re the enemy. You want the best for them, but if you remind them of their failures, or if you remind them of bad moments in their life, or even if you say I’m willing to put up with something, they think less of you — because they know you don’t deserve what they’re going to give.”

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