Rihanna Twitter: Singer Congratulates Adele on Oscar Win, Ignores Seth McFarlane's Chris Brown Joke
Feb 25, 2013 04:10 PM EST
It seems just about everyone is glad that Adele picked up an Oscar for cowriting "Skyfall" at the Academy Awards on Sunday evening.
After Adele's win, fellow singer Rihanna wrote on Twitter, "Jah Reign #Adele congrats on your first Oscar."
However, she did decide to ignore the joke made by host Seth McFarlane about her tumultuous relationship with Chris Brown.
"This is a story about a man fighting to get back his woman who has been subjected to unthinkable violence," MacFarlane said while describing the premise of Django Unchained. "Or as Chris Brown and Rihanna call it-a date movie."
It's certainly not the first punchline joke directed at the couple's expense, and while some are still puzzled with why Rihanna would want to go back to Brown after the incident, it's nice to see she didn't take to Twitter to complain about the controversial joke.
In related news, an upcoming "Law and Order: SVU" episode, dubbed "Funny Valentine, that is supposidely based on Brown's infamous 2009 assault of Rihanna will be airing soon. You can watch a preview of the episode below and decide for yourself if the story is based on Rihanna and Brown's incident. The episode also includes cameos from Perez Hilton, Dave Navarro and Wendy Williams.
Rihanna sure doesn't seem to worry about how outsiders view her relationship. She recently spent her birthday with Chris in Hawaii and as she told Rolling Stone, she doesn't seem to want to lose him from her life altogether.
"When you add up the pieces from the outside, it's not the cutest puzzle in the world," Rihanna says. "You see us walking somewhere, driving somewhere, in the studio, in the club, and you think you know. But it's different now. We don't have those types of arguments anymore. We talk about sh--. We value each other. We know exactly what we have now, and we don't want to lose that."
In what seems to be turning into an embarassing week for the young Barbadian, Rihanna received an award from the Razzies—or the anti-Oscars—for "Worst Supporting Actress" for her role in the film "Battleship."