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The sultry songstress is the only woman to be featured in the magazine's annual 'Men of the Year' issue. Never shy, Rihanna opened up about love, sex and what she wants in a relationship
Rihanna says she has her limits - but they're hard to find in the pages of GQ's December "Men of the Year" issue.
The singer oozes unbridled sex appeal in a series of GQ snaps featuring her mostly naked body and a strategically placed motorcycle jacket, manicured hand or designer shirt that can't seem to contain her.
Now promoting her seventh studio album "Unapologetic," the pop superstar says her sultry style is second nature.
"That comes from my culture," the Barbados native tells GQ. "That's just the way it's always been, and I think that for people, especially in America, they make it like the forbidden fruit, but that only makes kids more curious."
She traces her erotic ethos to the dance halls she grew up in.
Born Robyn Rihanna Fenty, the "We Found Love" singer is mum on the subject of her reportedly rekindled romance with Chris Brown - the ex-boyfriend who beat her bloody in a rented Lamborghini in February 2009.
The GQ article describes the former lovers meeting up - possibly by chance - at Griffin nightclub in the Meatpacking district last month and flirting openly.
Still, confronted by reports that Brown and R&B singer Drake were fighting over her when they got in their bottle-throwing brawl at another nightclub in June, Rihanna turns "impenetrable," the article says.
"There's no proof of that being for my love. That's my answer to that question," she tells GQ.
As for her music, the "Umbrella" singer says she wants it to be "hopeful" and "uplifting," never "corny"or "super sentimental."
"I just want it to have the feeling that brings you out of whatever you're going through," she tells GQ. "I want it to spark that fire. I want it to be real, authentic, and raw."
And even though she's toured the world by the tender age of 24, she's still not comfortable with paparazzi stalking her every move.
"You're never used to it," she tells GQ. "It's chaos."
Source: New York Daily News