Rihanna and Chris Brown were spotted leaving a recording studio Wednesday morning after working on their latest collaborative single.

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The Barbadian beauty did not look too happy to see the paparazzi, as she tried to hide her face at one point while they rode in Brown’s Porsche.

Wearing glasses, a sweater and a backwards baseball cap, Rihanna looked casually dressed, while Brown wore a fedora hat. 

Brown is currently in hot water after it was alleged that he faked community service, stemming from his 2009 domestic assault against Rihanna. Brown infamously assaulted his then-girlfriend, hitting her so forcefully that she had major contusions on her face, a split lip and a bloody nose.

Brown eventually pleaded guilty to assaulting Rihanna and was ordered to stay away from her until 2011.
Virginia Deputy District Attorney Mary. A. Murray followed a  motion against the singer on Tuesday, stating Brown's reported hours are "inconsistent, unsubstantiated and unverifiable," according to Fox News.

Brown and Rihanna were first spotted in West Hollywood back in January leaving and entering the same recording studio.

Though they left separately, a spokesperson for Brown confirmed to E! News that the two are working on their second single together.

There is no hint as to what the song will be about, but based on previous songs they have worked on collaboratively; it will likely be about their unique relationship.

Brown already collaborated with Rihanna for the song, "Nobodies Business," which is featured on her seventh studio album, "Unapologetic."

Previously, they worked on the hit single, "Umbrella," together, then remixed each other’s singles, Rihanna’s "Birthday Cake," and Brown’s "Turn Up The Music."

Many are not excited about the two working together.

Since then, they had rekindled their romance, and Rihanna recently spoke to Rolling Stone magazine about getting back together with him, stating, “Even if it’s a mistake, it’s my mistake. After being tormented for so many years, being angry and dark, I’d rather just live my truth and take the backlash. I can handle it.”