That's what the 24-year-old Talk That Talk singer is telling people in the May issue of Elle Magazine, where she goes in about the backlash she got from reuniting with Chris Brown:
“People end up wasting their time on the blogs ranting away, and that’s all right . . . Because tomorrow I’m still going to be the same person. I’m still going to do what I want to do.”
RiRi also credits the 2009 altercation for allowing her to be herself:
“That was my opening . . . one less skeleton in the closet, one less burden, one less secret; now you know that, so you can say what you want . . . I don’t have anything to hide.”
There is a freedom in a tragedy, and now Rihanna is free to be who she wants to be. The pop star was lambasted in the media after teaming up with Breezy for remixes to their respective hits "Birthday Cake" and "Turn Up The Music."
Do you think Rihanna has found some freedom after the now infamous incident?