JGL also makes this move. God bless him.
Rihanna has dropped a bombshell on this Fourth of July weekend with her b*tch Better Have My Money video.
It's a big, greasy Giallo-type thriller that keeps the focus on whatever violence or nudity or yacht that happens to roam in front of the camera.
Prepare yourself for all manner of money, guns, money guns, Hannibal and Hannibal shooting the money guns.
The video has only been up a short bit, and there have already been a number of pieces written about what it says about Ri RI and about what it says about us, etc.
But, unfortunately, not one of them has mentioned the blatant Weekend at Bernie's rip off.
It's a bangin' song and it gets a bangin' video.
At the April 4 March Madness Music Fest in Indianapolis, Rihanna celebrated her American roots. She asserted the freedom to both wear a red/white/blue fur coat and take down her host's state government over its religious freedom/gay discrimination law.
US Magazine quotes her thusly:
"Who's feeling these new bulls--t laws that they're trying to pass over here?" she asked the Indianapolis audience at the city's White River State Park. "I say f--k that s--t. I wanna hear you say, 'F--k that s--t' cause we're just living our motherf--king lives. Indiana!"
Jay-Z welcomed the media and a bunch of other mega-huge artists to a March 30 press conference to relaunch his recently purchased music streaming service Tidal.
It's supposed to serve as some sort of musician-owned alternative to Spotify and Rdio, but the weirdness of the press conference might have eclipsed whatever the stars had to say about the $20-a-month ($10 for a lo-fi version) lossless service.
On Tuesday, famous singer Chris Brown sent the tweets above. Coming the day after he spent about an hour in jail for charges stemming from a hit and run, the tweets make it apparent that even with his continued success following Rihanna's beating, he's not feeling the love. It's a "mistake I made when I was 18" he laments, even though he was 19 and it four years ago.
To put that in perspective, it took Chris Brown less time to quit domestic violence than it took most of us to complete High S