Rihanna strips for GQ; reveals she is turned on by dominant men

Pop star Rihanna has stripped for US men’s magazine, GQ. The Barbadian singer, 24, posed completely naked, with just a jacket flung over her shoulders, for the publication’s December 2012 issue. Rihanna had previously covered the magazine’s UK edition in 2010. A strategically placed shadowed arm kept Rihanna from losing her modesty, but there was plenty still on show. Her collection of tattoos could be seen, while she wore her cropped hair simple and flat against her head. Asked by the magazine what turns her on, Rihanna explained that she likes the man to be in charge in her relationships. She said;

I like to feel like a woman. I have to be in control in every other aspect of my life, so I feel like in a relationship, I wanted to be able to take a step back and have somebody else take the lead. I could absolutely be dominant, but in general, I’d rather… How do I say this in, like, a non-X rated version? Love makes you go places you probably wouldn’t ever go, had it not been for love. But I think everybody still has their limits.

Rihanna reiterated that she is single, following the end of her reported rekindled romance with Chris Brown. The two were thought to be giving their failed relationship another shot, but Rihanna shot down the rumours during a Facebook Live interview this week, saying: No. Not together.’


RiRi has leaked picture of her V Magazine photo-shoot with British Model Kate Moss. And yes, she has some nude shots. Click here to view the pictures.

Source: Daily Mail




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