Chris Brown and Rihanna update: A cougar, Diddy, Oprah and a duet in the mix

Middle-aged manager Tina Davis was revealed as the alleged booty texter that Rihanna intercepted while Brown drove his rented Lamborghini.

The resulting fracas netted Rihanna a blood-filled mouth, lumps, bruises and bite marks on her body.  Brown was brought into court to answer for the assault.

Harvey Levin’s website TMZ reports that it was Brown’s manager, Tina Davis, old enough to be his mother, who sent Brown a sexually explicit text message on the night he allegedly punched, choked and bit his singer girlfriend.

Los Angeles Police Department documents show that Rihanna read the message and confronted her 19-year-old boyfriend, at which point Brown became enraged and attacked the singer while driving, according to an affidavit. 

According to several tabloids, Davis and Brown allegedly had an affair three years ago, when Brown was 16, but she’s denied those allegations to the press.

Chat show queen Oprah has devoted a whole episode of her show to Rihanna, after directly warning her that Chris Brown will do it (assault) again.

Handlers of the wealthy pop singers Chris Brown and Rihanna are said to be working diligently behind the scenes to minimize career damage and loss of sponsorship and ad dollars from lucrative contracts for both parties.

P. Diddy talked about turning his Miami house over to the two star so they could work their problems out privately.  “It was a dark time for them and I was there as more of a support,” the music mogul said during an interview on the Ellen DeGeneres Show that aired Tuesday. “I’m not immersed in [their situation]. I’m not going to pass judgment on it. I’m going to be there as a friend.”

Rihanna and Brown are back together and reportedly recording a love song together.

E! News reported that Rihanna and Brown have been collaborating on new music together recently. According to E!, the couple have been spending time in a Santa Monica studio with Polow Da Don, who has worked with the Pussycat Dolls, Usher and Fergie.

Rapper Akon added his two cents and told the Huffington Post: “I wouldn’t take anybody’s personal issues or problems…I won’t hold them accountable for that when it comes to work. I think it’s two separate things.”

Akon, who has faced similar legal issues to Brown, added that Brown is “gonna learn and he’s gonna move forward, and just hopefully he won’t treat the next woman the same way.”

And down in Barbados, reports have surfaced that Rihanna’s family is fuming over the whole incident.


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