Chris Brown's Thirst Comments on Rihanna's IG Are Receiving Mixed Reactions

Rihanna recently shared an image of her sporting new pieces from the latest Savage X Fenty collection.

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Rihanna recently shared an image of her sporting new pieces from the latest Savage X Fenty collection, and she was met almost immediately with thirst comments.

Among those thirsting over Rihanna's lingerie picture was her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, who doesn't exactly have the best history with her. Posting three separate comments featuring suggestive emojis, Brown wrote, "I wanna be the lamp." 

Ballerific Comment Creepin 🌾👀🌾 #chrisbrown #rihanna #commentcreepin

— Baller Alert 🚨 (@balleralert) September 20, 2019

As to be expected, Rihanna fans are not happy with Brown, who has tried this kind of thing in the past. In fact, he called her a "Queen" on Instagram earlier this year, and in 2018 he was clowned after he suggested a tour with Beyoncé, Rihanna, Bruno Mars, and himself. 

can Chris Brown stay away from Rihanna the way this man irritates me

— chelsea (@bettyxtoni) September 20, 2019

Me to Chris Brown when it comes to Rihanna:

— marissa…marissa has a problem 🪩✨ (@rissaVSricky) September 20, 2019

So Chris Brown is starting #FuckBoyFall off already with the comments he posted on Rihanna's IG post? 😂🤣😂🤣

— 🤖Mr. Robot🫣 (@UptownRoamer) September 20, 2019

Just over a decade ago, Brown pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna, who was his girlfriend at the time. The two later resumed their relationship in 2013, but it was short-lived. Ever since, Brown has been anything but subtle about his feelings towards Rih-Rih. 

Earlier this month it was revealed that he was facing yet another possible court battle. A backup dancer, Danielle Griffin, filed a lawsuit against the singer over eye injuries she sustained during a 2017 video shoot. She said that a wardrobe and make-up artist had "carelessly and negligently poured fake liquid blood on (her) head without eye protection after assuring her that the substance was safe."

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