*Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Just ask Rihanna.
According to British news outlet Now, Chris Brown’s many gifts and letters to her were set ablaze by the Roc Nation songstress. Some women, the crazies, call this a cleansing ritual.
There’s no need to rehash the past, we all know the history of Rihanna and Brown’s on again-off again relationship. This time around, however, she says they are done, finished, over, finito–for good, again.
The decision follows an explosive interview in which unrepentant Chris, 24, forced to take anger management classes after assaulting her, said: “I think the class I went to was a little bit sexist.”
“It was beneficial because it made me cater more to a woman’s thoughts and needs and how to handle situations,” Brown further explained. “But it only tells you you’re wrong, you’re wrong, you’re wrong.”
A source says: ‘Ri-Ri’s disgusted.
“He’s taken zero responsibility for what he did and is still painting himself as a victim. She’s told friends she’s totally done with him and held a ‘ritual burning ceremony’ last week of his letters and gifts.”
We’ll see how long this lasts. One thing’s for sure–Rihanna’s running out of light skinned performers to hump. Maybe Justin Bieber is available …
Bride-to-be, Neriza Fojas, 31, and five friends die in limo fire en route to bachelorette festivities.
The wedding day is coming and you’re excited to party with your girls for the last time as a single woman.
The limo pulls up, you pile in with excitement and no one would believe that this would be the last party of your life.
A horrific blaze that started in the trunk of Neriza Fojas’ bachelorette limo, consumed her and her five friends lives on what was supposed to be a beautiful night of memories before she got married in June, according to CNN.
The 31-year-old bride-to-be and eight of her friends were traveling across the seven-mile San Mateo-Hayward bridge in the San Francisco Bay Area when the limo caught fire.
Jessica Tata, 24, was found guilty of the death of a toddler in her home daycare that burned to death after she left them in her home alone while going shopping at Target, February 2011.
*It is so much harder to find qualified, caring daycare professionals to keep your children these days.
The most horrific accidents and murders have occurred at the hands of those entrusted to provide a safe environment for children.
Jessica Tata, 24, of Houston, Texas, was running her own home daycare when she decided to go to Target and shop. She left toddlers in the house alone and a fire broke out.
Neighbors listened to the children screaming for their lives as four of seven children burned to death in the fire. Those that were not consumed by the flames, were seriously injured, according to the Boston Globe.
The children’s ages ranged from 16 months to 3 years.
Ronnie Poe, 72, jumps out of his third floor bedroom window as his apartment was engulfed in flames.
*In most cases, we have no clue of what we would do when faced with an emergency.
That’s why we are eager to call someone a hero when they rise to the occasion. But one man was his own hero when he jumped up and saved his own life.
Ronnie Poe, 72, of the Bronx, was getting ready to enjoy a meal when he somehow ignited something in the kitchen and the apartment became engulfed in flames.
Poe immediately reached back to his training from the military as a paratrooper and ran for a window in his bedroom.
*Somebody isn’t doing his job at the Tyler Perry studios. They’re just not thinking. Or caring
As we reported on Monday, another fire broke out on Monday morning on the roof of a building undergoing repairs.
Authorities say careless smoking caused the blaze, which took firefighters an hour to get under control.
No criminal charges are pending.
While there was some damage, the structure of the building was not compromised.
This is the second studio fire the studio has endured. On May 1, more than 100 firefighters battled a nasty fire that ripped through sets. The cause of the fire was not determined as the flames destroyed all evidence of the source.