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Rihanna says "F Love!"

2009-11-06 11:28

The mega-star has opened up to Diane Sawyer on Good Morning America about the night Chris Brown turned her into a punching bag.  The station has drawn it out into two parts so we still have to wait for the gory deets on the actual event.

For now, at least she's admitted it. She says she's just human, but she's strong, and she didn't do this. It happened to her. Rihanna also felt that her last little bit of privacy had been taken away after the whole ordeal.

It's very strange seeing the fierce bombshell who's got such a FTW attitude talk so candidly about her personal life, admitting that she was 'ashamed' to have fallen in love with someone who would do that to her, and "once the physical scars heal, this is a memory you don't want to ever have again". 

She advises girls to step out of the situation and forget about love. "F love. See the situation from third person, then make your decision".

Ai foietog, just another chick to be screwed over by the man she's madly in love with. So we agree, Riri: "F... Love!"

What is frustrating is she says that she had to leave Chris eventually because of the impact she has on girls' lives and her actions could result in some other girl getting killed by domestic violence. Forget the other girls, what about you, honey? Eish...

Watch the clip. 

There's a lot of boo-ha about the fact that this 'opening up' coincidentally comes just before the release of her new album, especially since the incident happened months ago. If album sales are the only thing that'll convince her to talk, then so be it. Rather that than another kiss with a fist...

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