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Having recently celebrated her 25th birthday she is in the prime of her life, with a career that is sure to go on and to reach new heights in the music industry that we have never seen before.
Entertainment is changing more and more these days, and Rihanna has already had a go at acting in a movie, so who knows what the future holds for Ri-Ri.But it is not just the music and movies that
people are fans of. The woman herself is truly adored worldwide by many impressionable young men and women. She is a style icon, which can be seen in her recent V magazine photoshoot in collaboration
with the legendary British model Kate Moss. Risqué hardly describes some of the shots but that is not a word rarely associated with Rihanna these days.
In fact throughout the years of her career the starlet has become increasingly risqué, progressing from suggestive to sexual to ‘Rated-R’.It is not just the music career that makes headlines, however.
Despite the fact that Rihanna’s newest single ‘Stay’ received great applause and appreciation for her performance at the Grammy awards, it was her recently announced re-kindled relationship with
convicted abuser Chris Brown that caught the media’s attention. In 2009, Rihanna pressed charges against her then boyfriend Brown for domestic violence when he beat her violently in an argument.
The news made headlines across the world and many rejoiced when Brown was sentenced (although 5 years of community service and being uninvited from show-biz parties hardly seems enough).
It sent a strong message to everyone around the world, but what message does getting back with an abusive partner send? Perhaps following the heart rather than using the head is what Rihanna
is ‘Unapologetic’ for?Brown has reportedly commented that his assault on the world’s Barbadian sweetheart is his “greatest regret” and he is thankful that she has forgiven him. In Scotland, however,
teachers are expressing concerns for the ‘Rihanna effect’ in high domestic abuse statistics amongst young people which has been named the “national shame” with 50,000 recorded incidents every year.