Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Rihanna visits Roc Nation offices, while Eminem is slammed for co-signing her assault.

Drama aside, it's business as usual for Rihanna
Yesterday saw Rihanna visit the new Roc Nation offices in London on the same day Eminem encountered serious scrutiny for an old snippet that has resurfaced online. In the snippet, he defends Chris Brown’s assault on her, and can be heard saying, “Of course I side with Chris Brown. I’d beat a bitch down, too.” The song was released in 2009, just months after Brown was charged with assaulting her. And yet, the rapper still found himself collaborating with Rihanna a year later on 2010’s 'Love the Way You Lie,' which ironically highlighted domestic abuse. They went on to collaborate for the second time on 2013’s 'The Monster.' Oh well. Nothing to see here, folks. This is the man who constantly disrespects women in his music, including his own mama and the mother of his daughter. So I don't really get why this is making headlines or why people are so pressed about it now. Dude made a career out of being controversial.

He clearly regretted it and most likely apologized to her in private, since he collaborated with her on a song that put emphasis on abusive relationships. This in no way was a coincidence. They had a conversation. Anyway, the real question is, since she attended this meeting with Roc Nation, are the wheels set in motion for her to release new music in the coming weeks?