“That’s not me. That’s a part I play. You know, like it’s a piece of art … I just want to make music. See, people – especially white people – they want me to be a role model just because of the life I lead. The things I say in my songs, they expect it of me and being a role model became more of my job than I wanted it to be. But no, I just want to make music. That’s it.”
Does this quote confuse the hell out of anyone else? Because I think what Rihanna is saying is that she’s not really as trashy as she makes herself out to be sometimes and that white people … I don’t know. I really don’t. Is she saying that she says some inspirational things in her songs and that people want her to exemplify those things? Because I thought she just sang about whips and chains and more different rough sex.
Can someone please offer up some clarification here?
Something look familiar to you in this picture? Like maybe it was the exact same figure that was “unveiled” back in August, just with different clothes, hair, and makeup? Because it is. See?:
I mean, I’m not saying that they should re-sculpt or re-manufacture another entirely new wax figure for every celebrity on the regular (especially someone like Rihanna, or worse, Fergie), but let’s at least try to space the new model release out from the prior, you know?
Or do you hate it? Hating it is also a really valid option.
Either way, “We Found Love” is Rihanna‘s first single off her new album, and, well, it’s a doozy. It’s doing really well on iTunes so far though, even though it sounds nothing like her old stuff and exactly like something you’d hear while being forced to listen to your friend’s extensive collection of shitty techno*.
*Other people have That Friend, right? The one who links you to a zillion different YouTube videos and makes you go through her entire music collection while being like “listen to this one, isn’t that a great beat? How great is this one? Oh, it’s this one!” while you’re like “how did I just listen to the exact same song for three hours?” Anybody?
Here’s some photos of Rihanna showing off her ample bum on a hotel balcony in Rio de Janiero. She hasn’t been doing much lately other than hanging out in destination vacation hotspots, and we’ve, of course, all seen her naked and nude and all sorts of Photoshopped with pretend shorts on, so there’s really no reason to continue the constant barrage of half-nude photos. Or, I don’t know, is there? Do we still love Rihanna enough to want to see the parade of “look-at-my-body” pictures?
Wait a second, is that Rihanna with mostly normal hair? Like, real hair and not nylon fibers attached to a cheap rubber-backed suction strip? Why yes, it certainly appears to be! It also appears that she might have gotten permission from Dr. Huxtable to raid his wife’s closet while she was out on some lawyery business trip, too, because that outfit? Woo. It is straight outta the Cosbys.
Rihanna? Why Rihanna? And why would they allow Rihanna to pose in their panties wearing that hair? SHE LOOKS LIKE A PUMPKIN, FFS. I have positively no doubts that Armani could have afforded some kind of natural-looking weave or even a damned wig from the stock room of Spencer’s Gifts (is that frigging place even open anymore?) and it would have looked oodles better than this … catastrophe. I can’t even appreciate the fine body that Rihanna obviously has because I’m too damned busy gawking at the hair that my brother rocked when he was five.
Maybe I’m just an old biddy, but when I think of celebrity moms, I do not take even a nanosecond to think of Rihanna. She’s too busy making horrendous fashion choices and having horrendous taste in men to focus on a child, and call me old-fashioned, but when you describe your ideal man as “hot and hung” and state that the thing you feel sexiest wearing is chocolate body paint, maybe you have a few more years of party in you before you need to worry about motherhood.
Here are the details from the National Enquirer (I know):
“Rihanna doesn’t see herself having a biological child anytime soon because she doesn’t have a man in her life – plus, after all the drama with Chris Brown, she’s suspicious of guys.
“But mainly, she says, she needs to make her life less about her and more about someone else.
“She’s getting enthusiastic support from mentor Jay-Z and wife Beyonce– and asked them to be godparents!”
Said the source: “This is about Rihanna getting out from under herself and making a difference in the world – starting with one child!”
Hopefully this is just another Enquirer story with no truth behind it, because Rihanna with a child? That’s just plain unnerving, don’t you think?