Monday, November 2, 2009

Wait your turn says Rihanna

The Wait is Ova says Rihanna but is it really? were people really waiting? lmao..i kid..i kid..
Anyways, the snippet that had the net going crazy 2 wks ago is finally here, granted some annoying dj had to put his mark on it, here it is ladies & gents...Wait your turn by: Rhi Rhi

Hot or Not?
Im gonna vote for NO.

Also, DJ ENVY leaked another song off her album during his new at 2 segment on HOT97, titled: 'Hard', listen & download here

Rihanna will also be GMA (ABC's Good Morning America) this Thursday if you're interested, and Friday on 20/20.

                                        Also to add to the Rihanna overdose..
Rihanna was named one of Glamour Magazine's 'Woman of the Year' along with our First Lady Michelle Obama, Maria Shriver, Serena Williams and others. ....hmm...*side eye*

When asked what it felt like auditioning for Jay-Z, she responded:

Rihanna: I was nervous as hell. The night before, I couldn’t sleep. I was trying on a million different outfits and makeup. I remember seeing Jay-Z and starting to shake. I thought he would be in a suit, sitting behind a desk with a cigar. But he was totally chill, wearing sneakers and a T-shirt. Then I went into audition mode. I knew it was all or nothing. Right away, the Def Jam people said, “You can’t leave the building.” They closed the door, and the lawyers stayed until 1:00 or 2:00 A.M. to do the deal.

-  On how she's coping with all that's happening in her life:

Rihanna: My friends and family have been extremely supportive, and everyone has been there for me. But at some point you are there alone. It’s a lonely place to be—no one can understand. That’s when you get close to God.

- How she felt after the photo of her bruised face  leaked to the public

Rihanna: It was humiliating; that is not a photo you would show to anybody. I felt completely taken advantage of. I felt like people were making it into a fun topic on the Internet, and it’s my life. I was disappointed, especially when I found out the photo was [supposedly leaked by] two women.

Glamour: If you could offer a message to the millions of young women who look up to you, what would you tell someone who found herself in a similar situation?
Rihanna: Domestic violence is a big secret. No kid goes around and lets people know their parents fight. Teenage girls can’t tell their parents that their boyfriend beat them up. You don’t dare let your neighbor know that you fight. It’s one of the things we [women] will hide, because it’s embarrassing. My story was broadcast all over the world for people to see, and they have followed every step of my recovery. The positive thing that has come out of my situation is that people can learn from that. I want to give as much insight as I can to young women, because I feel like I represent a voice that really isn’t heard. Now I can help speak for those women.
* at this point i'm ready to throw my laptop, somehow I feel slow this morning, I must be, because the interviewer felt this was a great reply, and while i'm not knocking Rihanna, I still dont see the advice she's giving on how to deal with domestic violence, but hey...let's continue, shall we?

- What it was like working on her new album which is set to release Nov. 23rd. (even tho I heard this morning that it was pushed back to a later date)
Rihanna: I was involved in a lot of the writing. I put everything I’ve wanted to say for the past eight months into my music. The songs are really personal. It’s rock ‘n’ roll, but it’s really hip-hop: If Lil’ Wayne and Kings of Leon like my album, then I’ll feel good. I would not change anything about it. Even if people don’t love it, I made exactly the piece of art that I wanted to make. It’s super fearless—which is exactly how I feel right now. I am in a really good place.
- On love and the future
Rihanna: I hope I find love in the next 10 years—that will be pretty annoying if I am 31 and still have never been in love! But yeah, I’d like to be in a great place in both my personal life and my career. I still want to be doing what I love. Whatever that is in 10 years, I don’t know.

* No Comment* (c) Joe Budden

To read the full interview, check it out here


Ms Ida said...

Honestly... boy Rhi Rhi... me WORRIED!!!

I only hope for her sake this album lives up to the hype. I think she's saturated the public with her "image" to the point people kinda tired of seeing her face. Make them miss you just a little bit...

Ms Ida said...

*deep sigh*

I'm even more worried for the poor girl. I heard the track with her and Jeezy this morning :| When did Rihanna become the chick who brags about what she has??

Now that she's doing press for this album, EVERYONE is going to ask her about the incident. She better come with a better response than that BS above. What exactly has she shown young girls???