Getty Images file photoThat’s gotta hurt: Rihanna was apparently incensed by Chris Brown’s canoodling with his ex-girlfriend — just after the singer got a tattoo of Brown’s nickname.

Has Rihanna finally learned her lesson with Chris Brown?

Well, a reunited Rihanna and Chris Brown are already in trouble. We hate to say, “I told you so,” but … . It began with Brown spending a lot of time with his gorgeous ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran, whom he even invited to join him in Paris. “Goodbye muthaf****,” Rihanna tweeted in response, according to the Daily Mail. This was after she had just gotten the word Breezy, Brown’s nickname, tattooed on her neck, since apparently the mental scars of being beaten up by the guy back in 2009 weren’t lasting enough.

This last bit of heartbreak is a gift, Rihanna. Take it.

Demi, Vito, vici  

Wow, did boy toy Vito Schnabel dump Demi Moore already? The New York Post says yes.

Moore was seen at a Miami shindig whooping it up and actin’ a fool in a “skort,” two no-nos in the uber-hip art world in which Schnabel so desperately wants to be taken seriously.

Although the two were reportedly seen making out at the event, Schnabel now insists that dating a celebrity is not his cup of sustainable single-cup drip coffee, so he “put the brakes on it,” according to an unnamed source in the Post.

Mourning and sickness

It’s safe to say that Kate Middleton’s pregnancy has gotten off to a rocky start.

Her morning sickness is epic, but worse still is the fact that the nurse who patched through a prank call to the royal hospital ward, Jacintha Saldanha, has apparently killed herself, according to the U.K. Guardian.

The Australian DJs who posed as Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth have since been fired and have appeared on TV, weeping and remorseful for their supposed despicable act. The Internet is alive with calls for their heads, and the Australian prime minister has even offered her regrets.

Yo, calm down, everybody. All they did was adopt accents and get information from the hospital that had already been made public. No one in his or her right mind would expect such a thing to lead to a suicide. Let the DJs be, and let Middleton try to get past her relentless, nauseated retching in peace.


Got scoops or Bay Area celebrity sightings? Email scoop@sfexaminer.com.

QUICK TAKES

  • The father of Jenni Rivera confirmed that the “Queen of Banda” died in a plane crash in Mexico on Sunday.
  • Beyoncé has signed a $50 million deal with Pepsi.
  • Will Emily Maynard be brought back a third time as “The Bachelorette?” Show producers are debating the idea.     
  • Jennie Garth says seeing her ex-hubby, Peter Facinelli, with a younger woman still “stings.”
  • A fourth accuser has come forward and is suing former Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash for allegedly having sex with him when he was a minor.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY

  • Actress Hailee Steinfeld (“True Grit”) is 16.
  • Actor Rider Strong is 33.
  • Actor and MC Yasiin “Mos Def” Bey is 39.
  • Actress Mo’Nique Imes-Jackson (“Precious”) is 45.
  • Actor Gary Dourdan (“CSI”) is 46.
  • Bassist Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe is 54.
  • Musician Jermaine Jackson is 58.
  • Actress Teri Garr (“Tootsie”) is 65.
  • Singer Brenda Lee is 68.
  • Actress Donna Mills (“Knots Landing”) is 72.
  • Actress Rita Moreno is 81.

entertainmentFeaturesGossipRihannascoop

If you find our journalism valuable and relevant, please consider joining our Examiner membership program.
Find out more at www.sfexaminer.com/join/

Just Posted

Police release an image a cracked windshield on a Prius that Cesar Vargas allegedly tried to carjack. Vargas, who was shot by police a short time later, can be seen in videos jumping on the windshield and pushing a Muni passenger who disembarked from a bus. (Courtesy SFPD
SFPD releases videos of deadly police shooting

Cesar Vargas killed after reports of carjacking with knife

New legislation would make sure supportive housing tenants don’t pay more than 30 percent of their income for rent.. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner))
Supportive housing tenants could get more help paying the rent

Supportive housing tenants struggling to pay rent could soon see their payments… Continue reading

Organizers of the San Francisco International Arts Festival had planned to use parts of Fort Mason including the Parade Ground, Eucalyptus Grove and Black Point Battery to host performances by about a dozen Bay Area arts groups. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Arts festival sues city over permit denial

Organizer says outdoor performances should be treated like demonstrations, religious gatherings

An oversight body for San Francisco’s mental health programs may be restructured after questions were raised about its management and lack of effectiveness. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Behavioral health oversight body looks for new start — and staff — after mismanagement

Members of an oversight body for San Francisco’s behavioral health programs said… Continue reading

The City requires the recycling or reuse of debris material removed from a construction project site. <ins>(Emma Chiang/Special to S.F. Examiner)</ins>
<ins></ins>
Permits proposed for haulers of construction debris to achieve zero-waste

San Francisco plans to tighten regulations on the disposal of construction and… Continue reading

Most Read