Rihanna even sent a cryptic tweet that led some to believe she was addressing that renewed romance. Earlier today, Karrueche Tran retweeted a tweet from the one and only Yoko Ono. The tweet stated, We get shy about saying things like i love you. Life is so short. Its crazy, that we hesitate to express our true thoughts to each other. Could this tweet be Karruehe Trans way of telling Chris Brown she loves him? Surely that word has passed their lips several times by now. Rihanna, on the other hand, retweeted a fans tweet: @bigshitxtalker: @rihanna I fux wit u doe. hmu doe. U my bae ?? hi That Rihanna, she loves potty mouths. Chris Brown tweeted about an upcoming performance: Performing live at the @iHeartRadio Music Festival this Friday. Sold out show. Karrueche Tran will most like be supporting Chris Brown during the performance.
Rihanna tie-up to see River Island flow faster
The group, which launched the Rihanna for River Island collection in March, said it hopes to expand at home and abroad after recently growing its international reach to 14 countries. It has set up a country specific website in Australia and is reportedly considering a potential launch in the United States. The companys growth ambitions follow robust recent trading at the group, which unveiled 2012 results showing a 12.5 per cent hike in pre-tax profits to 97.8m and a 0.4 per cent rise in turnover. Ben Lewis, the chief executive, said the performance reflects the investment we have made in the business, and we look forward to further expansion at home and abroad. Its tie-up with pop star Rihanna was one of the years most keenly-awaited celebrity collections, debuting at London Fashion Week in February before launching in shops a month later. The range has been designed to fit in with River Islands affordable high street fashion ethos, with 120 pieces in the spring/summer range starting from 18. River Island has more than 320 stores in the UK, Ireland, Russia, Holland, Poland, Belgium, Middle East and Far East. It opened 14 new stores half in the UK and half overseas and refitted eight shops last year and is ramping up its online offering, with a click and collect service launching this autumn. But despite the buoyant profits performance, the group said the outlook remains cautious. River Island is owned by the Lewis family, and has a history dating back to 1948 when chairman Bernard Lewis started selling knitting wool from a shop in London. It has stores in Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield, Harrogate, Halifax, Huddersfield, York, Hull, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield. MORE STORIES