Rihanna and Brown 'not together'

Rihanna has revealed she and Chris Brown are no longer together.

The 'Diamonds' singer - who had recently reunited with the 23-year-old R&B star despite the fact he is still under supervised probation for beating her in 2009 - claims they are not together anymore but are still on good terms.

When asked whether she is still dating the 'Turn Up the Music' singer, the 24-year-old popstar told Bravo's Andy Cohen during a Facebook Live interview yesterday: "No. Not together."

However, she said she is still on friendly terms with Brown - who recently jetted off on a tour of Europe and Africa - and hinted she has yet to decide on their future together as she opened up about their upcoming duet 'Nobodies Business' on her new album 'Unapologetic' which is due to be released on November 19.

She said: "Basically [it's] the way I look at everything regarding my personal life. Even though you have to witness it, it still is mine.

"This is mine at this point, and when it gets to my music, I'll give and I'll give, and I just feel like I need to keep a little bit for me that I get to decide. If I had it my way, it would be really nobody's business."

Rihanna was also quick to compliment Brown when asked what are the first things that come to mind about him.

She said: "He's dope too. He's kinda alright."

Last month Brown revealed he had split from his girlfriend of one year Karrueche Tran to focus on his "friendship" with Rihanna.

The couple were previously said to be preparing to go public with their reconciliation once her new album is released later this month.

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