Rihanna and Chris Brown have been leaving the world wondering about the status of their relationship recently, but the latter may have attempted to answer some questions when he posted an image of the pair on his Instagram account Wednesday.
Brown posted the image of Rihanna planting a kiss on his cheek with the caption, "Always started with Breezy like the letter B."
Although Brown, 23, later removed the image from his photo-sharing account, many people took screenshots of his posting. The Grammy Award-winning singer's picture came one day after Rihanna let millions know about her single relationship status.
Rihanna, 24-year-old Barbadian pop star, posted a message on her Twitter account called a #Rihcard that states "Being single sucks. The only thing I get to do anymore is whatever the (expletive) I want to do."
Rihanna's relationship status seemed to be confirmed when singer Christina Milian took to "The Wendy Williams" show to let people know that her friend Karrueche Tran was still involved with Brown.
"From what I've always known, she's his girlfriend. And that's where it lies for me. I see everything in the media," Milian told Williams recently. "I really don't get into the detail of it, but I think everybody has their own life and how they deal with things. They have the right to handle it how they want. Karrueche is a sweetheart and I think they make a great couple."
While Rihanna and Brown have both made it clear that their relationship is "nobodies business" with a collaborative song boasting the same title, sources close to blogger Perez Hilton said that the Barbadian pop star is putting her foot down and avoiding engaging in any talk about her ex.
"She made sure her people told everyone on the crew of 'The Voice' that no one could talk about Chris whatsoever, because she didn't want to hear his name," the source reportedly told Hilton of Rihanna's recent appearance on the singing competition.
In a recent interview for XXL Magazine's December/January issue, Brown admitted that he has yet to figure out his love life.
"One thing people often want me to talk about is my public love life. When it comes to my love life, the perception seems as though I am a player. But that's not true ... love is something I am still learning," Brown told the publication. "It's just an obstacle that I haven't yet mastered. I think that's my biggest hurdle in life."