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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Rihanna ‘wants love rivalry’

Published 21/09/2013


Rihanna is reportedly "playing with fire" when it comes to A$AP Rocky.

The singer has been linked to A$AP after he supported her during her Diamonds World Tour earlier this year. Rumours of their romance come after Rihanna ended her on/off relationship with Chris, who was previously convicted of assaulting her.

The raven-haired beauty is thought to be enjoying making her ex jealous and hopes he will react just like he did when she was dating Drake.

"She'd love A$AP and Chris to fight over her, like when she was seeing rapper Drake. She is still totally addicted to Chris," a close friend to the singer told British magazine Closer.

Despite A$AP having a chequered past Rihanna is said to be thriving on the attention she receives from the hip-hop star. He was recently accused of slapping a female fan at one of his concerts.

"She's playing with fire. She'd started to call him her 'Little Bad Boy'. She loves the attention he gives her," an insider said.

Friends are thought to be concerned by her choice of men. They are left confused as to why Rihanna would date another bad boy rapper after Chris.

"It seems like that's almost what attracted her to him in the first place," a concerned friend admitted. "Of course, Rihanna has always said that she likes a strong man, but we were really hoping she'd learned her lesson by now," a friend recently told Britain's Look magazine.

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