Rapper Ghostface Killah has shown his support to Rihanna following her alleged fight with boyfriend Chris Brown - by dedicating a song to the R&B star.
Brown has been charged with charged with assault and making criminal threats following an alleged altercation with Rihanna a month ago (08Feb09), which left the Umbrella singer battered and bruised and in need of medical attention.
And U.S. star Ghostface Killah, real name Dennis Coles, has offered words of comfort to Rihanna on a track, entitled Message from Ghostface, which is posted on YouTube.
The song's lyrics include, "This is for all my women out there that be getting beat up. You know what I mean, struggling, welfare, sometimes the jobs ain't right, they going through mad trauma, especially when they don't really need that s**t, Rihanna, they know what they going through...
"I can see it in your face, you've been hurt mad times/Fell in love on the block and couldn't read the signs/In the beginning it was all good/He sexed you good/Kept you close in the bed real tight...Then problems come when the affection slows down."