Chris Brown gets tattoo resembling Rihanna's battered face?
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R&B star Chris Brown has got the battered face of a woman inked on his neck, sparking comparisons with that of his ex-girlfriend Rihanna after he assaulted her in 2009.
In Las Vegas on Monday, the "Don't Wake Me Up" singer, 23, debuted a brand-new, still red tattoo on his neck.
The image appears to be of a glamorous but battered woman with a black eye, scratches and bruises on her face.
Comparisons were quickly drawn with Rihanna after it echoed her face structure, arched eyebrows and plump lips after the 2009 attack.
But Brown's spokesperson has denied that the tattoo has got anything to do with Rihanna, insisting it is inspired by a Mexican holiday called Dia de los Muertos, otherwise known as Day of the Dead, reported TMZ.
"His tattoo is a sugar skull (associated with the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead) and a MAC cosmetics design he saw. It is not Rihanna or an abused woman as erroneously reported," said the spokesperson.
According to the tattoo artist, Brown picked out the design himself and took it to the parlour having seen it on an advert for the cosmetics brand.
Still connected over three years after Brown's shocking attack, the former couple caused a huge stir at last Thursday's MTV Video Music Awards when Brown congratulated Rihanna, 24, on her Video of the Year award with a kiss and an affectionate hug.
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R&B star Rihanna is reportedly proud of the way ex-boyfriend Chris Brown has turned his life around since being charged with assaulting her.
The former couple, who split up in February 2009 after he physically assaulted her, shared a hug when he won the Best Male Video prize at the MTV Video Music Awards, reported Femalefirst.
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