Rihanna’s Going to be Someone’s Momâ€¦Just Give Her Five Years
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We already know Rihanna just can’t stop talking about her “unbreakable” love affair with Chris Brown. Now the pop goddess is gifting fans with intimate deets about her uterus, including her five year path to parenthood.
“I will probably have a kid,” Rihanna told Elle UK when quizzed on where she’ll be five years down the road. “And I’m praying I can go on vacation for a good month.”
The “Stay” singer also talks about her attempts to be authentic and why she feels compelled to share so much of her life via social networking.
“Everybody wanted to know what was happening in my life. ‘Is she a drug addict?’ No. ‘Is she an alcoholic?’ No. ‘Is she a victim?’ No. That’s why I’m posting picture of myself smoking pot, to tell the truth about myself. I’ve got so much to think about, why bring all this extra sh*t* by being dishonest? I Instagram everything about my life, whether it’s smoking pot, in a strip club, reading a bible verse, or hanging out with my best friend, who happens to be Chris.”
Yes, the Chris she’s referring to is Chris Brown. After getting back together earlier this year, RiRi — the victim in a 2009 assault case against Brown — speaks openly about their relationship today:
“‘Stay’ is a story about having love that close and wanting it to last forever. You don’t have that feeling with everybody so when you have it you don’t want to let go of it. I would definitely say that Chris Brown is the one I have that kind of relationship with…Now that we’re adults we can do this right. We got a fresh start and I’m thankful for that.”
In a chat with Britain’s Daily Star this month, Chris called his love with Rihanna “for life,” noting that their reconciliation was “meant to be.” The crooner dismisses critics who throw a side eye at their future together.
“I love her and she loves me. That is what it comes down to. Our love is for life. We are meant to be together…People criticise both of us but they don’t know what we have. They don’t know me. It used to bother me but it doesn’t now. We have the right to make our own lives just how we want.”