Rihanna leaves little to the imagination in the raunchy photo spread featured in GQ December 2012. Check out the snaps and excerpts of her interview where she gushes on numerous topics!
She's never been too shy to show off her incredible silhouette,
but it seems that Rihanna got even more
confident as the hitmaker decided to bare all for the camera lens
of Mario Sorrenti for GQ. The snaps that are featured in the
magazine's December 2012 issue show Rihanna wearing nothing but her
tattooed skin, a leather jacket, sneakers and some lacy sexy
panties, so if you blush easily, be warned that the photoshoot is
nothing less that sizzling.
The singer that is preparing to launch her LP “Unapologetic”, says that she considers what she does art and not a money making machine as she confesses that "sometimes a person looks at me and sees dollars. They see numbers and they see a product. I look at me and see art. If I didn't like what I was doing, then I would say I was committing slavery".
Her 'Diamonds' song has already become a hit and apparently the
album RiRi cooked-up for her fans is announcing itself to be the
hottest yet and we guess the close to nude photoshoot couldn't have
come in a better moment as Rihanna says she loves to feel like a
woman and in control. So, does control turn her on? Apparently,
yes, as Rihanna says:
“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, like 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?”
However, although she likes to be dominated in her relationship
and although she stated that 'love makes you go places you probably
wouldn't ever go, had it not been for love', she still believes
that love has boundaries that shouldn't be crossed. She tells
“I think everybody still has their limits.”
As far as her unconventional style, (she once said she wanted to be 'the black Madonna') and addictive music goes, Rihanna says that:
“I want to make music that's hopeful, uplifting. Nothing corny or supersentimental. I just want it to have the feeling that brings you out of whatever you're going through. I want it to spark that fire. I want it to be real, authentic, and raw.”
Find out more about Rihanna by checking out her interview and X-rated photo spread featured in the December 2012 issue of GQ.
Photos courtesy of GQ