This Girl Has A Great Marketing Team

- By Bossip Staff

Posted by Bossip Staff

We know ya’ll are sick of her, but here are some quick quotes from Rihanna from a recent interview:

On what she likes about her body:

“My bum, and I keep working at it as I want it to be perfect. It makes my clothes look good — and guys like it!”

On whether she’s dating Chris Brown:

“I’m single. If a good guy comes along we’ll make it work, but for now I’m having fun being a single woman.”

On what rule she lives by:

“Make your haters your motivators.”

On what she likes the least:

“My legs. I’m insecure about them. Everyone wants to have slim, perfectly toned legs and I’m the same. I do weights but I don’t want my legs to bulk up so I do a lot of cardio. I’ve lost a lot of weight since I started working out and if I exercise every day for a week, I can drop several pounds. If I diet, I see even faster results.”

On how she stays in shape:

“A lot of hard work and a lot of running on the treadmill. Cardio is the key. I have a personal trainer who travels with me if we have a big event coming up. I work out every day but I need a trainer to motivate me — I don’t find it much fun working out on my own.”

On her diet:

“Carbs are the enemy but if I go three days without them, I start getting weak. If my trainer had her way, I’d eat small meals every three hours, but I sometimes only eat once or twice a day.”

On whether size matters:

“Not at all. My size varies — sometimes I’m a 2, sometimes 4 — but what matters is being fit and healthy. Being slim makes me feel better about myself. It boosts my self-esteem, and having a toned body helps with my job because I wear a lot of skimpy costumes. My weight fluctuates, but I don’t weigh myself every day. I’m 5 foot 8 inches and weigh around 133.”

On whether she’d have cosmetic surgery:

“I don’t think so, but I can’t say for sure that I wouldn’t in the future. If my breasts started to drop, I might not like that. But for the next 20 to 25 years, I’m going to stay as natural as possible.”

On the downside to fame:

“I hardly get home to Barbados because I have a demanding schedule, and I do miss it. The bad thing is that I’m away from my culture, friends and family, and good home cooking. It’s tough being on your own in a hotel room on the other side of the world. But for every sad situation there’s a good one — I get to do amazing things and go to places I once could only dream of.”

On whether she and Jay-Z are more than friends:

“Rumors come with the territory and you can’t help these things.”


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