Rihanna Twitter Has Retweet of Chris Brown Bashing with Drake Lyrics?

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Recently on the Rihanna Twitter profile an interesting retweet came through. Was Ri Ri re-posting a message that involved someone bashing Chris Brown online, or was it simply someone mocking song lyrics by Drake?

Singer Rihanna recently achieved 12 million followers on the microblogging site, Twitter. She has no problem speaking her mind via tweets, interacting, and showing off for the fans. She had retweeted in the past few days about cheating, leading some to believe she was referring to a Chris Brown cheating on girlfriend Karreuche. Earlier today on her profile, she retweeted the following message:

“Wow! RT @thaboy10: f**k that tan kid thatchu love so bad.. and since u picked up i know he’s not around hahuh.”

The “Wow!’ was Rihanna’s response to the original tweet. She clearly found the person’s message of interest. Ironically, one of her former flames, rapper/singer Drake, has the hit song “Marvin’s Room” from his latest album, “Take Care.” The song lyrics have a hook consisting of the following:

“F**k that n—a that you love so bad, I know you still think about the times we had. I say f**k that n—a that you think you found. And since you picked up, I know he’s not around.”

This tweet seems to be an obvious play on words from the Drake song, which Rihanna certainly picked up on. Was the original tweet referring to Chris Brown, or maybe just another random person? There have been rumors Rihanna and Chris Brown had been hooking up on the down low, which has some fans upset. Also, there’s the retweet Rihanna made about cheating, and then this. With that in mind, this seems like a very interesting tweet for the singer to send out to her millions of followers!

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