During a new interview with Australian radio station 2DayFm, the 24-year-old singer admitted the pair have taken another hiatus.
“I’mma do it solo,” Chris told the DJ about their breakup, adding that their busy schedules put a wedge between him and Ri. “I mean, at the end of the day, shawty doing her own thing, she on the road. It’s always gonna be love. I’m a grown man, just gotta move forward.”
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But while Chris was moving "forward," admitting that he wanted to “see as many girls as possible” on his May 5 birthday, Rihanna was slightly struggling in New York.
The "Pour It Up" songstress took the stage at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn the same day as her ex's b-day. An eyewitness tells Life & Style that though she was upbeat for almost the entire show, she sang a much different tune during her encore.
“It wasn't until the very end of the show — when she came out to sing 'Stay' and 'Diamonds' — that her mood changed,” the concertgoer tells Life & Style. “She turned very serious during 'Stay' and belted from her heart. She seemed sad for the first time all night.”
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It was evident Ri was feeling the pain from her split during the emotional song that was clearly inspired by Chris.
“People have differences and people have different wants and needs,” the “Don’t Wake Me Up” singer says. “At the end of the day she’s a young girl. I can’t be focused on wifeing somebody that young… and I’m young, too.”
As Life & Style reported last week, there seemed to be trouble in paradise after Ri, 25, started following her ex-flame Drake, 26, on Instagram. Chris then decided to unfollow the Barbadian beauty on Twitter.
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But something tells us that this relationship is far from over. After all, Chris does admit, "I'm always gonna love that person."
Listen to Chris' interview in full below: