Lately we've been seeing Rihanna and Chris Brown boo loving all over the place... from the audience section at the 2013 Grammys, to the beach celebrating Rihanna's 25th birthday in Hawaii, the amount of rekindled boo loving appears to be endless between RiRi and Breezy. It seems these two have truly put their past behind, moving forward with nothing but smiles and laughter, and many pictures to prove it.
Not so quick though, because it looks like this couple's dark past is creeping up behind them... with a twist. For all you Law & Order: Special Victims Unit fans out there, who happen to be Rihanna/Chris Brown fans as well, you're in for an interesting treat.
According to reports, the popular television series is coming out with a new episode that has been reportedly inspired by that infamous night between Rihanna and Chris. The episode focuses on an emerging singer and her famous boyfriend, and a devastating domestic violence incident... oddly familiar?
While reports don't exactly say that the episode is based on the couple's 2009 domestic violence dispute, and their rocky relationship, from the characters to their names, the striking resemblance is looking a little close for comfort.
According to the New York Daily News:
The central players in “Funny Valentine” are Micha Green, played by Tiffany Robinson, and Caleb Brown, played by Eugene Jones. He regularly beats her, which leads Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) to wonder why she stays in the relationship. She also refuses to cooperate in prosecution despite the efforts of assistant district attorney Barba (Raul Esparza) to built a case. Micha says it’s complicated, and the story plays out from there, focusing on domestic violence and the ways in which abusers manipulate victims.
However, the show's ending is quite different compared to what really happened between Rihanna and Chris.
ANOTHER SPOILER ALERT:
New York Daily News adds, "He regularly beats her, which leads Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) to wonder why she stays in the relationship.
She also refuses to cooperate in prosecution despite the efforts of assistant district attorney Barba (Raul Esparza) to built a case.
Micha says it’s complicated, and the story plays out from there, focusing on domestic violence and the ways in which abusers manipulate victims."
Unlike what happened in real life, reports also say that in the episode, the male hip hop star is eventually murdered.
Knowing that the case is four years old, the couple has gone public about their rekindled love and friendship, could this be Law and Order's way of boosting ratings? How do you feel about their play on this infamous story? Share your thoughts below.
Catch the episode this Wednesday at 9 pm/8 pm cent. on NBC, and let us know what you think.
Posted by: Hoamy Tran
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