Pop sensation Rihanna is speaking out about the night her then-boyfriend Chris Brown beat her, saying it was “humiliating” and “traumatizing” to admit the assault took place and that it was “wrong” that she went back to Brown afterwards.
“It was a wake-up call. It was a wake-up call for me. Big time,” Rihanna told “Good Morning America” co-anchor Diane Sawyer in her first television interview discussing the assault. “I will say that to any young girl who is going through domestic violence, don’t react off of love. F love. Come out of the situation and look at it in the third person and for what it really is.”
The pop star said it was “embarrassing” that Brown was the type of person she fell in love with.
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