Chris Brown fired up the internet when he left a comment on Rihanna's Crop Over photo on Instagram. On Monday, the "Look At Me Now" rapper could not help himself from leaving a pair of googly eyes in the comment section to show his appreciation of his ex-girlfriend's sizzling hot photo.

The internet reacts to Breezy's move towards RiRi

This move, however, did not please RiRi's fans who were quick to slam Chris Brown for having the audacity to bother the woman he assaulted several years ago. Some of them accused him of stalking and creeping on Rihanna, while others called out the "Kiss Kiss" singer to stay away from the Barbados Babe.

Aside from angered fans, Chris Brown's recent move on Rihanna caught the attention of Drake who has something to say to his co-rapper. “Drake thinks Chris looks sad, lonely and desperate for comment creeping on Rihanna’s Instagram,” a Hollywood Life insider stated. "Drake feels it is time for Chris to grow up and move on from Rihanna."

The affiliate further explained that the "One Dance" artist has always been protective of RiRi even after their romantic relationship has ended.

Drake even asked Rihanna to call him whenever she needed someone to confront Chris Brown.

“Drake is not afraid of Chris and even reached out to Rihanna to let her know that he is willing to talk to Chris if she needed him to tell Chris to back off," the source added.

Inside Drake and Rihanna's relationship

Drake and Rihanna have had a complicated yet romantic relationship since 2005.

The two first met on the set of "Pon de Replay" music video filming before they became close friends. Shortly after the "Umbrella" singer broke up with Chris Brown in 2009, RiRi was reportedly spotted getting cozy with Drake at a bowling alley in New York.

The rumored couple also collaborated for Rihanna's "What's My Name" followed by a live performance of the 2010 hit song at the Grammy Awards.

Their chemistry on stage and regular public appearances together have stirred up dating rumors which were personally shut down by RiRi in her Vanity Fair interview in 2015.

Drake and Rihanna had a few more collaborations until the former professed his feelings for the "Work" singer at MTV Music Video Awards in 2016. “She’s someone I’ve been in love with since I was 22 years old. She’s one of my best friends in the world," he said.

Chris Brown, on the other hand, had not been paying much attention to RiRi's social media activities until he followed her again on Instagram this March, eight years after their legal dispute for an assault case.