Din Thomas Comes To Rihanna's Aid; Offers To Beat Up Chris Brown
Chris Brown better watch his back.
The popular singer turned Ike Turner wannabe allegedly repeatedly punched and kicked fellow singing superstar and girlfriend Rihanna so violently that she ended up in a local hospital.
This didn’t sit well with former UFC star Din Thomas, who had some words for Brown after his first round TKO over Gabe Lemley at March Badness.
“It’s not cool to put your hands on a woman,” Thomas addressed to the crowd after his victory. “So Rihanna, if you want someone to kick his ass, holler at me.”
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