It's been nearly a year (and one reportedly rekindled RiRi-C.B. romance) since the whole Breezy Grammy lovefest went down, but the February Redbook cover girl is standing by her Chris criticism.
"He beat a girl...not cool that we act like that didn't happen," she told the mag. "I didn't feel right about not saying something. The loudmouth that I am, I say what I think."
We'll call that an understatement, considering Blake Shelton's other half held up a sign at her concert last year that said "Take Notes Chris Brown" before launching into the song "Gunpowder and Lead" about a woman preparing to kill her abusive ex-husband.
And she's still sticking to her anti-Breezy stance, slamming the praise (again) that the "Nobody's Business" singer received after his Grammy performance:
"I wanted everyone to know that I don't agree with the message it's sending to young women. It's not okay. At all," she firmly stated. "To be celebrated after doing something like that. I don't think it's right, I never will, and I will stand by what I said till the day I die."
On second thought, we're pretty sure she disapproves.
The February issue of Redbook hits newsstands today.