Rihanna, who was assualted by Brown in February 2009, added: 'The way he (Eminem) did it was so clever.
He basically just broke down the cycle of domestic violence, and it's something that a lot of people don't have a lot of insight on.
Thankfully for her new husband Brian Green however, Megan is only acting.
She gets up close and personal and has a lingering kiss with Lost star Dominic Monaghan as they're both starring in the video for Rihanna and Eminem's new single Love The Way You Lie.
According to Rihanna, the lyrics of the emotional track about domestic abuse were inspired by her former relationship with Rn B star Chris Brown.
Talking to Access Hollywood the singer explained: 'It was something that needed to be done.'And she said that Eminem demonstrated incredible insight into the problem on his part of the record.
The song, allegedly about the couple’s roller-coaster relationship, even includes the disturbing lines, “If she ever tries to f—ing leave again/I’mma tie her to the bed and set the house on fire.” The thought of MTV’s target audience interpreting the frightening lyrics and engaging images as sexy or glamorous is completely revolting.
Radar reports that Monaghan has confirmed he sent the texts but claimed he doesn’t believe them to be lurid, and allegedly said: ‘I wonder if you are aware that she has been calling me for over two years when I have repeatedly asked her not to.‘Soon we talked about going out on a date, but he got mad when I wouldn’t find my way to him.
I told him the gentlemanly thing to do would be to pick me up for a date.
Would you call it glamorization of a serious issue or a creative public service message?
Never one to shy away from controversy, Eminem recently released the new video for his single featuring Rihanna, “Love the Way You Lie.” Starring Megan Fox and Dominic Monaghan in a (literally) fiery relationship, the video is causing a big debate among music fans and domestic abuse prevention experts. My first instinct is to scoff at any form of media that attempts to employ Megan Fox in a meaningful way (she, of the eloquent quotes, like: “I resent having to prove that I’m not a retard — but I do.”).