The real backlash will happen if they announce that they're back together. Still the BC remix still makes me sick.
Don't even joke about that. I will legit pull a Disturbia x1,000 in this bitch if that even comes close to happening.
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Originally posted by No Angel
I think im in a relationship with Chris Brown I pretend im a girl and we are together I pretend im a girl my name stacy :rip: even when im in school I block every thing out
All these reviews don't mean ****. They are not "reviewing" the song, they are "reviewing" the pairing of Chris Brown and Rihanna.
So really this means nothing to me or the general public.
Both songs have been receiving great impact from all the people around me.
Radio stations are spinning both songs, Twitter is still buzzing over both songs.
they dragged her too in my country she deserved it very much
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^^ Die! why you don't go and stan for someone else? I don't know why I call you to comeback here back in 2011 you are such a damn annoying MESS! and now I get into the point of I CAN'T STAND YOU!
please do us a favor and retire.
I wouldn't even call a few selective negative reviewers "the media". The real media, the one that actually has influence, is reporting this neutrally. Noone's really crying over it besides ATRL and the like.
Yeah, I just read the write up in the NYT, and it was very fair and balanced, even praising the BC remix as the superior of the two.
"If the songs were dull or disposable, they’d still be important, but they might matter less. But they’re both good, “Birthday Cake” very much so. The quality matters because they’re likely to lodge themselves in the public consciousness and seep onto radio playlists: this mess won’t just melt into the air."