Bad gyal Riri the sexy Caribbean-born siren, songstress and successful entrepreneur aka Rihanna was in Havana, Cuba back in May but no one was really sure why. Well, now we know why!. Rihanna was there shooting a cover and layout for Vanity Fair. The sexy Bajan star was in Havana, Cuba to shot her Vanity Fair Cover with renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz and bared her body and soul to the magazine.
Leibovitz shot Rihanna in the Josie Alonso House, on Calzada Street, in Havana’s Vedado neighborhood where bad gyal Riri left nothing to the imagination. Wearing nothing but her birthday suit and lying tummy down on a bed, Rihanna’s bared her beautiful backside to the world… yet again!
In the article out this November, the star showed her vulnerability as a woman discussing personal issues such as sex, relationships and loneliness.
“It is lonely,” she admitted, “but I have so much work to do that I get distracted. I don’t have time to be lonely. And I get fearful of relationships because I feel guilty about wanting someone to be completely faithful and loyal, when I can’t even give them 10 percent of the attention that they need. It’s just the reality of my time, my life, my schedule.”
She also talked about her sex life insisting she hasn’t “been having sex or even really seeing anybody because I don’t want to wake up the next day feeling guilty.”
“I mean I get horny, I’m human, I’m a woman, I want to have sex. But what am I going to do—just find the first random cute dude that I think is going to be a great ride for the night and then tomorrow I wake up feeling empty and hollow? He has a great story and I’m like … what am I doing? I can’t do it to myself. I cannot. It has a little bit to do with fame and a lot to do with the woman that I am. And that saves me,” she said.
Rihanna not only bared her body but bared her soul when discussing staying in the relationship with her abusive ex boyfriend Chris Brown:
“I was very protective of him. I felt that people didn’t understand him. Even after … But you know, you realize after a while that in that situation you’re the enemy. You want the best for them, but if you remind them of their failures, or if you remind them of bad moments in their life, or even if you say I’m willing to put up with something, they think less of you—because they know you don’t deserve what they’re going to give. And if you put up with it, maybe you are agreeing that you [deserve] this, and that’s when I finally had to say, ‘Uh-oh, I was stupid thinking I was built for this.’ Sometimes you just have to walk away.” ~Rihanna
Read the interview over at Vanity Fair.