Chris Brown hopes he and Rihanna can have a fresh start again, forgetting the past. In 2009, the Loyal hitmaker had infamously assaulted the five-time Grammy winner - he hit her so forcefully that she had major bruising on her face, a split lip, and a bloody nose.
Brown confessed he was going to propose Rihanna, before the unfortunate incident, in his documentary, Welcome To My Life, which is now availabe on Netflix.
A source told Hollywood Life: "Now that Chris [Brown]'s documentary is more readily available for the world on Netflix, he hopes the most special person in the world to him gets to see the film, and that's Rihanna."
"Chris is pretty sure that Rihanna has not seen the film yet, and he hopes that once she watches it, she will better understand how much he has grown, changed and matured since their relationship. Chris knows Rihanna may not come running back into his arms after seeing the film, but he hopes that after watching it, she can begin to have more closure on that phase of their life and maybe create new, healthier memories together," the insider added.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Daily Mail, Rihanna's father Ronald Fenty revealed that his daughter and Brown will not be getting back together. He said: "I don't know what their relationship is now. At the basketball, they just said 'hi and hello'. When we was going to the car park he was trying to talk with her but she turned and was talking to somebody else, so he came and talked to me and I had a picture with him. Afterwards Robyn said, 'dad you really taking pictures with he though?'"
"Let her do what she wants to do. This recycling thing don't work for everything, people don't ask me if I could go back with Ms Fenty. Chris is a player, he ain't ready for no one women yet, he ain't ready. He's a party guy," Fenty added.