April 16, 2013 04:52:50 GMT
Princess Harris says of RiRi, 'I don't know what her problem is,' adding that she wishes her friend-turned-enemy 'well' and 'positivity.'
Ciara Princess Harris took time to talk about her R&B rival Rihanna when she did an interview on Wild949 to promote her upcoming studio album. The "Goodies" hitmaker called out the Bajan songstress as saying, "I think she's nuts right now like whatever's going on because for me it doesn't make any sense."
"I don't have beef with anybody, but I'm not going to be disrespected either. I wish her well. I don't know what her problem is," she added. "She has a lot of good things going on with herself. A lot of good things I've always said I've been happy for her. I don't get it. I really don't, but I wish her well. I wish her positivity."
Ciara once toured with RiRi, opening for her "Good Girl Gone Bad" trek in the United Kingdom along with Chris Brown and Akon. They later had a very public spat in early 2011.
Ciara first said about being snubbed by RiRi. "I ran into her recently at a party," she said on E!'s "Fashion Police". "She wasn't the nicest. It's crazy, because I've always loved and respected what she's done in fashion. It wasn't the most pleasant run-in."
RiRi reacted on Twitter, "My bad ci, did I 4get to tip u? U gangsta huh? Haaa." Ciara fired back, "Trust me Rihanna you don't want to see me on or off the stage," only to get mocked back by RiRi, "Good luck with bookin that stage u speak of." Ciara then deadpanned, "Pure comedy."
RiRi later backpedaled, "Ciara baby, I love u girl! U hurt my feelings real bad on TV! I'm heartbroken! That's y I retaliated this way! So sorry!" Ciara gratefully answered her, "Rhi, u know its always been love since day 1! Doing shows and everything. You threw me off in that party! Apology accepted. Let's chat in person."
RiRi hasn't responded to Ciara's latest dig. The "Unapologetic" artist is currently battling illness that forced her to postpone her Tuesday, April 16 concert at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.