Rihanna gets tattoo in support of Brown

Rihanna gets tattoo in support of Brown

Rihanna got a tattoo in support of Chris Brown.

The 'Diamonds' singer has allegedly had the word 'Breezy' inked on her skin to honour her on-off musician boyfriend, who famously calls his army of fans Team Breezy.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "She got it to symbolise her commitment to him. Now the world knows they're back together, they're determined to make it work."

The couple - who split in 2009 after Chris violently assaulted Rihanna - have a notoriously fiery relationship, but are thought to have rekindled their passion after Chris dumped model Karrueche Tran.

They have since been inseparable, with Rihanna even flying out to Germany to spend time on tour with him, and the pair regularly post intimate snapshots of each other on twitter.

Rihanna, 24, has 20 known tattoos on her body and believes they all hold a special spiritual meaning.

The Bajan beauty's last inking was of the Egyptian goddess Isis, renowned as the ideal mother and wife, and was done in tribute to her late grandmother Clara 'Dolly' Braithwaite.

She said in the past: "My tattoos are all spiritual and show how I feel about religion. I have a falcon which is an Egyptian falcon and is supposed to stand for God.

"[I'm] rebellious through my music, through my fashion, tattoos, and my hair."

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