Rihanna and chris brown are dating behind our backs
“I am going to do what makes me feel happy, what I feel like doing.
But that would be empty for me; that to me is a hollow move.
“I’m stuck on the fact that these things actually happened. You would not even believe it,” she says with a laugh.And while people may assume that her life is just one big, long, sexy night out on the town, she insists it’s not true. “Honestly, I’ve been thinking lately about how boring I am,” she says.“When I do get time to myself, I watch TV.” Now we’re off and running, both of us mourning the end of [true stories of women who lost control and committed murder].She says, “Legit, I have been in the gym every day this week because I am not willing to give up my food. Nor is she the woman who has been described as badass, shocking, naughty, tough—pictured in tabloids and online with various rumored rapper/actor/athlete boyfriends.
But I will sacrifice an hour for the gym.” The 27-year-old woman in front of me is not the provocative, wild hip-hop prom queen, the sexy girl allegedly at the center of a jealous, bottle-throwing brawl in a nightclub, nor the habitué of L. She is elegant, funny, straightforward, and downright horrified (and laughs hysterically) at all of the rumors I toss at her.What makes Rihanna special—outside of the music—is that she is someone who is genuinely herself. You are seeing the authentic version of who she is. She’s gone through things that everyone’s gone through—dysfunctional relationships, things that played out in front of everyone’s eyes—and she’s done a real good job of keeping her life private, but just living her life as a young person … You have to have a tough skin in this business; you’re going to hear some things about yourself that you’re going to think, What?? I honestly think how much fun it would be to live my reputation.