So now that Rihanna is the most-liked subject on Facebook, the social media titans had her sit in their headquarters for a live interview with Andy Cohen. A “drunk” RiRi talked about everything from her new album, to the “tits and ass” at the Victoria Secret Show and her love for “Bands Ah Make Her Dance.”
One interesting (yet pretty clear) response came when Andy asked the pop star if she and ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown, were back together, to which she replied with a swift “no.” Good for you, Curry Goat! Stay single and keep it cunt until Kashmoneyrecords is completely out of the picture.
You can find a few quotables and the full video interview below.
On her fans, the Rihanna Navy: “They’re badass. They’re fun. We have a lot of similar characteristics. They’re super shady and it makes me laugh. They keep me super entertained with that.”
Her favorite Rihanna song: “It used to be “Umbrella” before “Diamonds” came along. It’s a really powerful song, even to listen to. It just gets you. Even if you’re in the club, it really fucks with your head. This is deep right now. I’m too drunk for this shit.”
On her new duet with Chris Brown: “‘Nobody’s Business’ is basically the way I look at everything regarding my personal life. Even though you have to witness it, it’s being documented at every second, it still is mine. This is mine at this point. When it gets to my music and stuff like that, I’ll give and I’ll give and I’ll give, and I just feel like I need to keep a little bit for me that I get to decide.”
On dealing with blogs: “It’s like, ‘Ugh, typical.’ And you brush it off. Some things hurt more than others, or [it's like] this is so messed up because somebody’s going to read it and believe it… but you can’t even get caught up in that. You will die.”
On Queen Beyoncé: “[She's] gorgeous…a stab to my self-esteem.”
Where she wants to be in 30 years: “I’ll be 54 years. I wanna be skinny, I wanna be fierce. I hope my tits are still sitting up. All these are the things. That’s what I really want at 54.”
On her album title, Unapologetic: “It’s very true. It’s very raw. It’s honest. It’s storytelling, even the way it flows on the album. It takes you on a journey.”
The woman who inspires her most: “My grandma still. She’s just a complete woman. If I could even make it to half that, I would be in great, great hands.”