A few days ago, Rihanna shared her latest music video, Pour it up, and what you think when you watch it’s “OMG… seriously Riri? You can do better, you can be better”.
Say that video is trash, vulgar, racy, something near to a porn video, these are the adjectives used to describe it.
Also fans of the singer are disgusted of the last Riri’s work. Rihanna is a “good-girl-gone-bad”, everyone knows, but it’s necessary say stop now.
She has a good voice, talent, charisma, why does she want to seem the worse b**** of the music world? Where is the girl of hits like Umbrella, Shut up and drive, Disturbia, What’s my name, We found love, Diamonds?
Also Miley Cyrus plays this kind of role, but you can be sensual, sexy, provocative just like Madonna, Britney Spears or Christina Aguilera during her “dirty period”. She sang the best ballad of recent years, Wrecking Ball,but unfortunately no one will take you seriously if you show only your body and nothing more.
Annie Lennox wrote on her Facebook page: “I have to say that I’m disturbed and dismayed by the recent spate of overtly sexualised performances and videos”. Lennox continued to say she believed in freedom of speech and expression, but complained that market forces “don’t give a toss” about the notion of boundaries.
Rihanna has certainly overdid, dancing also twerk in the video, just like Miss Cyrus. My question is only one:
Be a “good-girl-gone-bad” is easy, but be a “bad-girl-gone-good” is too hard?
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