Even though none of those opinions matter to either of the hip-pop sensations, fellow domestic violence victim Evelyn Lozada has shared one of her own.
The Basketball Wives star is actually pretty good friends with RiRi, so of course she defends her decision to make up with her former boo.
She told Celebuzz what she thought of their relationship in an exclusive interview:
"Their incident happened years ago and he’s [Chris] been though a lot because of it as well. And if he’s changed and gotten the help that he was supposed to get, I don’t see anything wrong with it."
Evelyn knows exactly where Rihanna is coming from, being that she ended her marriage with Chad Johnson this past summer after the two got into a domestic dispute, where he allegedly headbutted her.
Rumors have circulated since their divorce that the couple was working things out.
“I feel like if it works for you, then great. If he’s gotten help and changed then even better."
“That’s her life and I feel like that’s another reason why I love and respect Rihanna.
“She doesn’t fall into what she thinks that she do for the people. She lives her life,” she added. “It’s hard to do that when so many people have an opinion. We don’t know what goes on behind closed doors. Nobody knew that I was dealing with this.
“I hope he’s [Chris] changed and he respects her and loves her and obviously will never go down that path again. I think he’s learned his lesson.”
She also praised RiRi as a person, being that they spend time together behind all the fame:
“The misconceptions are that she’s just this wild and crazy because that’s all people get to see. But I’ve been with her behind closed doors. She’s amazing."
“I mean, this is the same person I see hug and kiss her cleaning lady. She’s loving and super super sweet and amazing to me and my daughter,” she added. “I think people put so much pressure being a role model and that’s a lot of pressure when you’re just trying to live your life.”
We have to give it up for Evelyn for sticking up for her girl! Rihanna will always have some people she can count on for support.