Rihanna Tweets Support To Chris Brown, Vomits On The Dance Floor. But Not At The Same Time


It looks like Rihanna and Chris Brown have had a rough couple of days, although in very different ways. Chris appeared in court yesterday for a probation progress hearing stemming from his 2009 felony battery conviction. According to TMZ, the singer failed his mandatory drug test, which put his probation status as risk of being revoked. Lucky for him the judge cut him a break, as long as he stayed “mindful” of the law. But still, that wasn’t the most extraordinary act of kindness of the day. Rihanna sent him a good luck tweet before the hearing, sending positive vibes his way.

“I’m praying for you and wishing u the best today!” she said. Chris responded with a simple “Thank u so much,” but sources say that Riri’s support made his day. “That was real cool of Rihanna showing the homie some love before he went in [to court.] I’m sure that made him happy,” an insider told HollywoodLife. “You know, Rihanna be really looking out for his a–, man. She’s so down. Just being down and real and true and loving. He need that right now.” Following news of Chris’ drug test troubles, Rihanna appeared to send him another supportive tweet. “Praying for you baby, my best wishes are with you today! Remember that whatever God does in our lives, it is WELL DONE!!! #1Love.” Although it doesn’t mention him by name, he definitely seems to be directed at him. Damn, if forgiveness is a virtue, then Riri’s got it in every shade!

Although from the sound of it, she’s someone who would also probably fail a drug test these days. Witnesses say that Rihanna partied a little too hard following her iHeartRadio performance in Las Vegas this weekend, and ended up vomiting on the 1 OAK nightclub dance floor! “She threw up in a napkin,” fellow revelers told The Sun magazine. “The guy with her handed her a white towel to clean up.” But the 24-year-old no doubt recovered like a champ. She probably didn’t even miss a dance step!

[Photo: Splash News Online]

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