Rihanna & Chris Brown To Go Public After ‘Unapologetic’ Release

Published On October 14, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities

Rihanna and Chris Brown make little to no effort in hiding their relationship and while the couple has yet to publicly announce that they have reconnected, it’s very likely for this to happen once ‘Unapologetic’ is released on November 19th.

According to Hollywood Life, Rihanna is “hitting the studio real hard these days, but [talks] to Chris every step of the way. As soon as she finishes up with this album, they will be out. She gotta focus and get that album together and stay paid.”

Meanwhile, sources have told Star that the two may even get hitched. “No one close to them would be a bit shocked if they suddenly eloped,” a source said. “Rihanna has told her close friends point blank — I would marry Chris. She even says she would have never left him if the media scrutiny didn’t get so bad. They’re passionate, and when they’re drunk, they’ve both made many comments about getting married.”

To make the chances of these things happening even more likely, Contact Music reports that Brown has cut all ties with Karrueche. A source said, “They’re not talking. Ain’t no shade though, he just wants to be done with it and I know Rihanna does too. It’s best for everybody, even Karrueche. The last thing he wants to do is get her caught up again.”

It’s not hard to believe what the sources are saying and one thing is for sure … Rihanna truly is ‘Unapologetic.’

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