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Free at last? Rihanna agrees to lift ‘Restraining ban’ order on Chris Brown.

Rihanna and her lawyer have requested for the judge to lessen the ‘restraining order’   to a lesser ‘Do not annoy’ ban on her former flame Chris Brown. According to E! Online, Rihanna and her lawyer requested for a lesser ban which will allow the two to contact and see each other as long as Chris Brown does not annoy, molest or harass her lordship. Rihanna.

Earlier this year, Chris Brown and his lawyer requested for the judge to drop the ban since he (Chris Brown) is nominated for a Grammy alongside Rihanna. However the judge turned him down. Still Chris Brown maintains that he will not be attending the Grammy come February 13th due to prior commitments. Poor lad!

 

MY TAKE

I hope they have both let go of the hurt. I think Chris Brown’s career has suffered enough.

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4 comments on “Free at last? Rihanna agrees to lift ‘Restraining ban’ order on Chris Brown.

  1. Cynthia
    February 11, 2011

    yeah you right. I hope they have let go cos he has paid dearly for his actions. I don’t think he’ll be doing that again, well anytime soon anyway!

  2. Bernice Angoh Lakota
    February 11, 2011

    I agere with you Anu!

  3. Yvonne
    February 12, 2011

    Why now? Maybe she healed or maybe they r trying to get back 2gether. Then again, did he really smack her?

  4. T! Ntemgwa
    February 13, 2011

    Ha ha ha Yvonne, good qn

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