Rihanna hits back at ‘hypocritical’ critics
Sydney: ‘Unfaithful’ star Rihanna has said that women who criticize her for being sexy are “unhappy with themselves” and are ‘hypocrites’.
The pop beauty - who is famous for her flesh-flashing stage outfits and revealing fashion choices - is proud of her body.
“People think I`m overly sexy. It bothers them for some reason. Girls don`t like to see other girls dressed sexy. It`s a little intimidating; I don`t mean that in a cocky way. There’s always going to be somebody not liking what you do. People have a lot of crazy opinions on things. Things I say, things I wear, places I go. It``s just stupid,” the Sydney Morning Herald quoted her as telling the UK edition of GQ magazine.
“People are hypocrites. They can’t wait to say something horrible. Most of them are unhappy with themselves. It’s women who are mad at other women. They should take a look at their own lives. A lot of people don’t have the guts to confront themselves,” she ranted.
Although her online critics make her angry, Rihanna can accept that her overtly sexual image could annoy people but the bold girl is determined not to change her behavior or style just to please anyone else.