Rihanna and Chris Brown Team Up on 'Unapologetic' for 'Nobodies Business'

Rihanna released the track listing of her upcoming "Unapologetic" album to fans on Twitter and let over 26 million of her followers know that she will be collaborating with Chris Brown on her seventh studio release.

"It was quite the journey, but it's all part of our story! #UNAPOLOGETIC," the 24-year-old singer tweeted before sharing her tracklisting.

Although Rihanna shared a handwritten list of songs that included features with rappers Future and Eminem, Chris Brown was listed as the featured collaborator on a track called "Nobodies Business." Fans reacted to the news that Rihanna would collaborate with her ex-boyfriend who brutally assaulted her in 2009 amid rumors that the pair had reconciled romantically over the past year.

Some people took to Twitter to express their excitement about the upcoming song featuring Brown.

"I literally cannot wait for Rihanna feat. Chris Brown -- Nobody's Business," one fan tweeted.

However, another spectator thought Rihanna was making a bad decision by featuring Brown on her album.

"Lmao, Rihanna is collaborating with Chris Brown on Unapologetic," the person tweeted. "She doesn't have any self-respect, does she?"

Rihanna's song title comes two months after Brown confessed his love for the Barbadian pop star after announcing his breakup with girlfriend of two years Karrueche Tran.

"Ya'll don't really get the real Chris Brown so I like to just be honest man...I'm stressed out. It ain't about the music, I love my fans it's just when you share history with somebody then you tend to fall in love with somebody else...it's kinda difficult you know what I'm saying," an admittedly intoxicated Brown said in the video released on his Twitter account Friday. "Is there such a thing as loving two people? I don't know if that's possible but for me I just feel like that."

Rihanna seemed to foreshadow her collaboration with Brown when she tweeted to her fans last month, "Ain't nobody bidness..... but mine and my baby (sic)."