Rihanna Gets ‘Breezy’ Tattoo In Honor Of Chris Brown

Rihanna Gets ‘Breezy’ Tattoo In Honor Of Chris Brown
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Bad girl Rihanna may have added another tattoo to her collection — this time one that honors her beau Chris Brown!

According to Perez Hilton, Rihanna went ahead and got a tattoo of Brown’s nickname, “Breezy” on her body.

“She got it to symbolize her commitment to him. Now the world knows they’re back together, they’re determined to make it work,” the source said.

Just in case people did not know they were rekindling their “friendship,” Chris Brown created a shirt for his Black Pyramid clothing line featuring a photo of himself with Rihanna.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

Photo Credit: Matt Kent/WireImage

 

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