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Rihanna Talks Chris and Moving On, Says "F Love" on GMA

Rihanna sat down with Diane Sawyer to talk about last February's incident with Chris Brown. We have a peek at the first part of the interview that aired today on Good Morning America, which will be followed with another portion on tomorrow's 20/20. Rihanna opens up to Diane about having gone back to Chris after the assault and also shares about how she found the strength to finally leave him. It's pretty amazing to have Rihanna finally sharing her side of the story, so take a look at the video and let us know what you think.

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Sophie827 Sophie827 6 years
Loryn - ia about the influence of celebrities on kids (it's more to do with family and peers) but I think there is a big difference between someone going and doing something because a public figure did it, and someone justifying something after they've seen a public figure do it. Sadly I do think a lot of women would have used something like this as a part of the justification for going back to an abusive partner. It would just be so easy to tell themselves, that if someone so beautiful, strong, successful & financally well off went back, then why shouldn't I?'
Sophie827 Sophie827 6 years
Loryn - ia about the influence of celebrities on kids (it's more to do with family and peers) but I think there is a big difference between someone going and doing something because a public figure did it, and someone justifying something after they've seen a public figure do it.Sadly I do think a lot of women would have used something like this as a part of the justification for going back to an abusive partner. It would just be so easy to tell themselves, that if someone so beautiful, strong, successful & financally well off went back, then why shouldn't I?'
KAT0002 KAT0002 6 years
I'm still mad at Chris Brown for what he did. I can't look at him the same way.
ciscokid46 ciscokid46 6 years
@loryn: You're a very wise 17 year old. Well said. I completely agree with your words.
Jessiebanana Jessiebanana 6 years
That's just sad. You could really tell how much she went through, just by how unsteady her voice was. I hope people realize now how hurtful it was to criticize someone so harshly who was a victim and stuggeling like anyone else would in this situation.
loryn loryn 6 years
As a 17 year old I really think people read wayyy to much into the celebrities influence over us teenagers thing...we're able to make out own decisions and we know clearly the differences between right and wrong - it doesn't matter what a celebrity does. All I'm interested in is that this brave young woman, not much older than myself, takes care of herself first - don't worry about us, worry about this beautiful young talent. I know others aren't the same as me though so I am glad she has adressed the issue. I'm glad she spoke when she was ready and didn't rush her healing process and speak out just so she can 'protect us teenagers'. I'm proud of you Rih, I'm just glad your on your way back to the top! Well done
msshellokitty msshellokitty 6 years
I don't dislike Rihanna but I think it's convenient that she finally decides to do an interview before her cd and single drop.Why wait almost a year.I'm just not buying it.
sidra5397 sidra5397 6 years
With that said, I'm glad that she recognized that other people might be influenced by what they see her do. Many people didn't give her the benefit of the doubt in regards to her being an imperfect person, and quickly judged that she deserved whatever she got because she went back to him.
sidra5397 sidra5397 6 years
I applaud her for coming to the public when she was good and ready. I remember when she went back to him and everyone was on her case about being an "example" for women. She's human too (we forget that sometime with celebrities) and she needed to come to terms with herself before owing anything to anyone else.
KrisB KrisB 6 years
Good for Rihanna. I really hope through her story other young women in similar situation gain strength to walk away. And I agree with the poster above, its annoying the interview broken up like this.
KrisB KrisB 6 years
Good for Rihanna. I really hope through her story other young women in similar situation gain strength to walk away. And I agree with the poster above, its annoying the interview broken up like this.
loveshahrukh loveshahrukh 6 years
i hate how tv channels do this, dissect a person's interview in ten million pieces to cash in as much as they cant.. this isnt some scoop, this a story that needs to be told, not sold.. kudos to her though for speaking out about this, no matter how fragmented the channel made it to be
PhillyEagles1 PhillyEagles1 6 years
Wow. She is pretty brave in my opinion. I hope she can help other girls/woman going through the same thing.
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