Rihanna Admits Raunchy Behavior Is All An Act In UK Vogue

Rihanna continues to let it all hang out as channeled the queen of sensuality, Marilyn Monroe, in the November issue of UK Vogue.

The Bahamian born, pop songstress appears on the cover in a stylish and conservative, black and white dress with blond wig that’s a reminiscent of former self.

However, as you turn the pages, Rihanna peels back the layers as she appears barelegged, dawning a black leotard top and jacket with matching beret.

During her interview with Vogue, Rihanna revealed that her overly sexed persona was just a character she played and that music is her ultimate desire.

“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.”

Rihanna added,

“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. Look, God doesn’t give any more than you can handle. I had to get through a lot of ups and downs — big downs — and a lot of trial and error to get where I am now.”

As you may recall, Rihanna was also in recent headlines for being asked to leave the property of an Ireland farmer who caught a glimpse of the S&M singer topless, running through the fields.

The farmer, who is staunchly religious, found Rihanna’s actions offensive and consequently asked her to leave.

However, in a recent interesting and twist, the Irish farmer is apparently receiving hate mail from dejected Rihanna fans.

According to The UK Sun, Alan Graham (the farmer in question) is actually taking the attention in stride as he rather tend to his farm work.

“I’m taking it all in my stride, it’ll soon die down. To be honest, all this fuss has kept me back a bit. I’ve got straw to harvest that I haven’t been able to finish yet.”

Rihanna is likely playing a character, hence the cunt necklace she’s wearing everyday. Let’s hope she knows where to draw the line between acting and reality…

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