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Chris Brown & Tyga have released a single video from two of their respective mixtapes.

Regular Girl, from the pair’s collaborative effort Fan of A Fan, and Wonder Woman from Tyga’s mixtape “Well Done” detail the guys quest to find a girl who is not interested in being in the spotlight, and is willing to take care of her man. Interesting to say the least. Watch the video below.

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 In other Chris Brown news…entertainment critics around the country are all a buzz about the news that Rihanna has relaxed the restraining order against him. If you remember, part of the stipulations of Chris’ initial punishment following THE INCIDENT two years ago, stated that he and Rihanna were to have no contact with eachother for 5 years, and that he would have to stay at least 50 yards away from her at all times. This was problematic, simply because of the industry that they work in. An additional stipulation was entered to make provision for them to be at the same events, however Chris still had to be at least 10 yards away from Rihanna at all times. According to her lawyers, Rihanna has agreed to downgrade the restraining order to a simple “do not annoy” order, meaning, in essence, that the pair may have contact, as long as Rihanna does not feel threatened, annoyed or molested. While Chris will not be in attendance at the GRAMMY Awards this Sunday (he’s up for 3 awards, but has a previous commitment, Rihanna is a scheduled performer), he and Rihanna will undoubtedly run into each other next weekend in LA during NBA All-Star Weekend festivities, as she is scheduled to perform, and he is scheduled to play in the annual Celebrity Basketball Tournament.

Many people don’t think that this was a smart idea on Rihanna’s part, but I genuinely believe that both she and Chris have moved on from whatever happened on that night in the Lamborghini. I wish them both the best and I’m sure the first time they’re on the same red carpet, our friends over at TMZ will blow it out of proportion, and the video will run on every news outlet in the country.

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