Chris Brown And Karrueche Tran Breakup: Couple Splits Ahead Of Singer's Return To Rehab: Report

 @TreyeGreen t.green@ibtimes.com
on March 01 2014 7:35 PM

Chris Brown may be receiving moral support from a new leading lady as he completes two more months of court-ordered rehab.

Karrueche Tran has been by the troubled star’s side since he entered a Malibu rehab facility for a drug and rehab program in November. But according to Radar Online, the pair have recently parted ways. And the two have gone so far as to unfollow each other on Twitter -- because no breakup is official without a social media purge.

Speculation around the split has been even more fueled by rumors that Brown is attempting to rekindle his romance with Rihanna. The exes have even been messaging back and forth over the past few weeks after Brown sent RiRi a text on her birthday, says Page Six. “Rihanna didn’t write back right away. ...  But later that night she started getting sentimental and texted back, ‘thank you,’ and asked how he was. Since then, the two haven’t stopped texting each other and friends are freaked out that she’s going to start dating him again,” a source told the publication.

But to add an additional layer to the trio’s messy love saga, Rihanna has also been recently linked to another well-known musical artist that Brown has previously taken issue with. Over the past few months, Drake and Rihanna have been sparking talk they are taking another shot at a romantic relationship. The two dated briefly a few years ago and have recently been seen attending several events and dinner dates together. They also performed their hit song “Take Care” on stage during Drake’s tour stop in Paris on Feb. 25. During their surprise duet, Rihanna and Drake got exceptionally close, getting exceptionally close during the sultry performance.

But lucky for Brown, he’ll have another two months to contemplate the state of his love life. On Feb. 28, a California judge ordered Brown to complete an additional two months in a drug and anger management rehab program.

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