Chris Brown Comments On Rihanna's Sexy Lingerie Instagram Post: 'Keep Rising Queen'

Chris Brown seemingly remains a huge fan of his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.

The Inquisitr previously shared that Rihanna recently posted a photo of herself wearing a white lingerie set from her Savage X Fenty line. The post received more than 4 million likes since she published it on Wednesday, May 1, to her 70.2 million followers. The Fenty Beauty CEO also received a plethora of comments from social media users who adored the star's look. According to HotNewHipHop, Brown decided to slide into the "Work" songstress's comments section. There, he applauded her ability to grow multiple brands by using her likeness as a promotional tool.

"BOUGHT [SIC] TO BREAK DA INTERNET," wrote the "Wobble Up" singer. "KEEP RISING QUEEN."

Brown also reminded Rihanna that her fans are waiting for her to rejoin the music industry.

"MUSIC SOON PLEASE," Brown also remarked.

Rihanna has yet to respond to Brown's statements, but many of her followers weren't pleased with his decision to leave a comment under his estranged ex's post. The "Loyal" singer received more than 300 comments on the provocative post, many of which called for Chris Brown to "stay away from her [Rihanna]." Brown also shared similar sentiments on another one of Rihanna's photos. Brown left a flushed face emoji beneath one of the beauty mogul's photos, this particular snapshot promoting her brand.

Rihanna and Brown dated back in 2007, and parted ways after he was arrested for physically assaulting her in 2009. The "Run It" singer described the incident in graphic detail during his 2017 documentary Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life. Brown then went on to say that the incident will "haunt him forever," and that he was "in shock" at the harm he caused his then-girlfriend.The 2009 incident was recently brought back into the spotlight by indie group Chvrches. According to iHeartRadio, the Scottish trio didn't approve of their collaborative partner DJ Marshmello's latest work with Brown and Tyga, citing their abusive pasts. The trio was reportedly slammed by both Brown and Tyga, as well as by fans of the two rappers. Chvrches member Lauren Mayberry stated on Twitter that she feels unsafe after receiving multiple threats from Brown's fans and Tyga's fans.

"I am not staying in my own home when we finish tour because the threats we have received have reached such a scale," Mayberry tweeted earlier this week. "We have to have the police at our shows now. If that's what I deserve for saying mainstream music should be more morally conscious, then so be it."

The trio has also reportedly amped up their security presence after having received these threats.