Chris Brown Joins Rihanna On Board Her Luxury Yacht In Saint-Tropez?
23 July 2012, 15:16 | Updated: 23 July 2012, 15:35
The 'With You' star's fans have been speculating that an image posted by the singer is taken from the Bajan singer's boat.
Chris Brown fans have been speculating that the star joined Rihanna on board her luxury yacht in Saint-Tropez last night (22nd July).
The 'We Found Love' singer has been enjoying a cruise trip around Italy for the past week and was most recently seen on the French Riviera over the weekend.
The R&B singer had earlier posted an image of himself and rapper Ludacris heading off on a helicopter ride before admitting he arrived on a boat.
"St Tropez France here I come....." tweeted Ludacris.
Alongside a picture taken from a boat, Chris simply tweeted: "Landed on the boat!"
Fans immediately began speculating it was the same one Rihanna has been pictured on board all week.
You can view a picture the picture Chris uploaded on board the boat below: (Picture: Twitter)
Rihanna has also been taking to her social networking account to post a series of cryptic messages.
"Touch down baby, help me pick out my fit," she tweeted at the same time Chris uploaded his picture from the boat.
"#3words lastnight was beautiful," she added this morning.
You can view a picture of Chris in Cannes earlier today below: (Picture: Splash)
Earlier today (23rd July), the R&B star was pictured sporting a new blonde hairstyle as he arrived at the luxurious Hotel Martinez in Cannes with his entourage.
Rumours that the couple have rekindled their relationship have been rife earlier year, especially when they released collaborative remixes of their songs 'Birthday Cake' and 'Turn Up The Music' on RiRi's 24th birthday.
You can view a picture of Chris Brown with Ludacris below: (Picture: Twitter)
Rihanna most recently spoke out on the rumours during an interview with Esquire magazine where she called the reports "stupid".
The Bajan star was also rumoured to be joined by rapper Drake at some point during her current cruise.