Rihanna told Cohen that they are not together, and Brown said the same thing when he was asked by the radio host if they were romantically involved.
"No. I put a webisode out explaining my situation. And with that it's just me being honest with myself. Me and her [sic] have history and me and her will always be the best of friends. We're working on our friendship now,” Brown revealed.
"Everyone feels so attached to this situation. It's still detrimental today, but that's why I'm doing the Genesse Center to show domestic violence is not okay. But as far as our personal life -- people got to give it a chance.
"Not even a chance, they need to shut the hell up. It's me. At the end of the day, whatever opinion they have ain't going to change nothing I'm doing ...They're the fans, so sit back and watch. That's all you're doing anyway."
Though they may not be back together officially, it has been reported that Rihanna’s relationship with former best friend, Katy Perry, is suffering due to her reunion with Brown.
“They’re barely talking and ever since the couple reunited, there has been tension between them. Katy has been spending a lot of time with pals Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.
"Katy fears Rihanna is making a huge mistake and doesn’t want to be part of it,” a source close to Katy told Confidenti@l, the NY Daily News gossip column.
Rihanna and Chris Brown also have collaborated again for her seventh upcoming album, "Unapologetic." He is featured on her track titled, "Nobodies Business."