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People: Do U Think Rihanna Did The Right Thing For Going back To Chris Brown ?

In my opinion, i think she (RIhanna) did just d right thing.

And she has shown what TRUE LOVE is really.

What do u think

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I love Rihanna but think she a BIG FOOL for going back

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yes she did the right thing,and am happy for her. i hope chris won't misbehave again. she didn't send the wrong message to young girl,she only showed there's no impossibilities in love, and love conquers all fears. thanx rih baby, i wish them the best!

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Rihanna said that she feels "embarrassed" for returning to ex-boyfriend Chris Brown after he beat her in April and warned other women struggling with domestic violence to not let themselves be blinded by love.

"It's completely normal to go back. You start lying to yourself," the 21-year-old singer said on "Good Morning America" in her first public comments following the beating. "I'll say that to any young girl who is going through domestic violence: 'Don't react off of love.'"

Brown, 20, was arrested Feb. 8, hours after he was accused of beating Rihanna after the couple attended a pre-Grammy Awards party. He later pleaded guilty to felony assault and a judge ordered Brown and Rihanna to stay away from each other.

In the interview, Rihanna said she was ashamed to return to Brown after the attack. "That's embarrassing — that's the type of person I fell in love with. So far in love, so unconditional, that I went back," she said. "That's not what I want to teach people."

The attack occurred in Los Angeles' Hancock Park neighborhood as Brown drove a rented sports car. A Los Angeles police detective described a brutal attack in a search warrant affidavit filed in the case, stating Brown hit, choked and bit Rihanna and tried at one point to push her from the car. A photo of her bruised face was circulated on the Internet.

Rihanna said she soon realized that, as a role model to young women, her returning to Brown sent the wrong message. "When I realized that my selfish decision for love could result in some young girl getting killed, I could not be easy with that part. I could not be held responsible for telling them, 'Go back.'"

Brown's career suffered after his arrest, with sponsors dropping him and radio stations refusing to play his music. Both he and Rihanna had to cancel several high-profile appearances, including planned performances at the Grammy Awards the day of the attack.

Brown has apologized to fans and has said he has repeatedly apologized to Rihanna for the attack.

In the interview, she said: "I am strong. This happened to me. I didn't cause this. I didn't do it. This can happen to me and it can happen to anybody."

ABC will air more chunks of the interview on "Good Morning America" and on the news magazine "20/20."

Rihanna's interview coincides with the debut of her new single, "Russian Roulette," from her upcoming album, "Rated R." It's her first CD since 2007's multiplatinum "Good Girl Gone Bad

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My dear RiRi,

How could you have done that? You got this one bad and such an action is one that i would have expected from the likes of lily-livered Britany Spears, Nicole Richie, Amy Winehouse, Lindsay Lohan, etc.

But a strong woman like you who's 'gonna run this town tonight' turn wishy washy, I bleed.

Please rescind your decision as i hate to see you bruised again.

With Love.

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