Rihanna is beginning to sound a lot like Beyonce, which may or may not be a good thing considering Bey has the IQ of a turnip.
In an interview with Britain's The Sun newspaper, Rihanna discussed those nude photos of herself that were leaked online by someone in Chris Brown's camp. Maybe even Brown himself leaked the photos.
Still, Rihanna doesn't regret sending those nude photos to her ex-boyfriend's cell phone. She considers sending nude pics to be a rite of passage signifying a healthy transition from nubile young nymph to womanhood.
In fact, Rihanna feels sorry for any man (or woman) whose girl doesn't send them at least one nude pic to their cell phone.
[Rihanna] admitted to being “humiliated” earlier this year when naked pictures of herself sent to an ex-boyfriend were posted online.
But she later shrugged off the episode, saying: “If you don’t send your boyfriend naked pictures, then I feel bad for him.” …
The 21 year-old said in an interview with The Sun: “Every woman should have naked pictures taken. In five years my body might not look like this.
“I’ve always been borderline raunchy and a little sexy. But sexy at 19 and sexy at 21 are two different things. I’m just having fun.”
Tennis superstar Serena Williams gave the paps in Barbados an early Christmas gift when her swimsuit top slipped exposing her ample breasts.
It's a wonder that the paps could hold their cameras steady what with the eyeful she gave them! Serena is no stranger to slippage and wardrobe malfunctions. It's almost a guarantee that she's going to give the paps something to write home about every time she hits a beach. Which is why the paps love to vacation with Serena.
See the uncensored photo after the break! Not work safe!
This footage was originally posted by DJ Zeke and re-posted by TMZ.com. The video shows bouncers employed by Jay Z's 40/40 sports bar using what some may deem as unnecessary force to stabilize two unruly patrons.
Every club should have bouncers like this who are willing to risk life and limb to protect the other patrons from the disruptive actions of thugs who can't act right in a classy establishment.
I don't blame Jay Z one bit for the skirmish involving his bouncers. But a judge and jury might see things differently after viewing this video and seeing what seems like a mob of black men beating down an innocent well-dressed business man. Even though we know that's not the case.
The police are also reviewing the video and possible charges might be filed against the bouncers.