If the latest reports that surfaced have any legs, Chris Brown should try his best to stay as far away as possible from Rihanna’s new beau because he has a very negative opinion of him.
It has been several years since the Barbadian diva cut all ties with Brown.
According to some very steamy photos that surfaced online, Rihanna and business tycoon Hassan Jameel have been swimming in a perfect romance.
The pair has been seen on numerous occasions enjoying private dinners and getting to know each other better.
Rumors are swirling around saying that the lovers are even thinking about marriage and starting a family.
A person close to Jameel claimed that he views Brown as a criminal and a woman abuser.
The billionaire is also aware that Brown holds a particular spot in Rihanna’s heart, and he is not thrilled by that idea.
The insider told Hollywood Life: “Hassan is not a fan of Brown at all he thinks he is a thug and of course a woman beater.”
The source added: “Rihanna knows there’s a whole other side to Chris – a loving side, and she will always love him. Rihanna knows she cannot ever get back with Chris, but she cannot just close off those feelings that she had for him.”
The person continued: “She is thrilled with Hassan though, and she is crazy in love. She can see herself marrying him and having his children; he is her soulmate.”
Some fans are hoping that Rihanna will forgive Brown and be his friend.
One of them explained: “There is no place for hate and unforgivness in this world. Chris Brown is a human being just like you and I, so we should handle this like human beings. What he did was inexcusable, but not unforgivable. They both played their roles in that infamous night, but they both were emotionally along with physically hurt. When we see those who need help we shouldn’t belittle, make fun, or TALK DOWN ON THEM AS IF THEY ARE LESSER THAN YOU. When we make mistakes, the people involved forgive you. Now, picture the world hating you for your mistakes but never forgiving you. What he did was inexcusable not unforgivable.”
A reconciliation is still unlikely.