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Rihanna: Love is for adults

Published 08/05/2013


Rihanna has seemingly responded to Chris Brown's comments about their relationship.

The singer confirmed over the weekend that the on/off couple have called time on their relationship.

During an interview with Australian radio show hosts Kyle and Jackie O Chris, 24, commented on Rihanna's age, claiming he couldn't be "wife-ing" someone so "young".

Now the 25-year-old seems to have responded to the dig via a message on her Twitter account.

"Settling is not an option! Nothing less than 100% loyalty, honesty, and respect!! Love ain't for kidz #butimsleeptho (sic)" she vented.

During the interview, Chris went on to say he was spending some time "solo" and concentrating on himself.

The couple are known for their volatile relationship and in 2009 they broke up after Chris assaulted the Barbadian singer.

It seems Chris using the social networking site to reflect on his relationship.

"Sometime loving someone is too much! So loving from a distance will help everyone grow! Be blessed. Live ya life! (sic) he tweeted.

Rihanna is currently busy with her Diamonds World Tour, while Chris is working on new music.

The stylish popstar didn't attend the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute Gala last night, but passed judgement on the outfits shown.

Nicole Richie sported a bejewelled gown and white hair, which seemed to impress the singer.

"This b***h makes me throw up!! #bestdressed #2013metgala @nicolerichie (sic)" Rihanna wrote.

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