ChitChatter: Mary J. Blige Defends Rihanna’s Toxic Love With Chris Breezy And Calls Her “The Voice Of A Generation”

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Do you agree?

Mary J. Blige Calls Rihanna The Voice Of A Generation

In the latest issue of Vibe Magazine Mary J. Blige talks about Rihanna and Chris Brown’s rocky relationship and claims Rih is the leader of this generation…

Via Vibe reports:

Let’s talk about current R&B. How do you feel when you turn on the radio?

Maybe in 2012, in the middle, I was like, “What is going on? What is this?” Things got worse before they got better. I think things are going in the right direction. I am so proud of what Rihanna is doing.

Wait, really?

Yes. She is speaking to her generation, and she’s living her life in front of them. I don’t even think she’s purposely doing it. She’s such a beautiful girl, and I don’t think she knows she’s that beautiful. She’s just living her life, and leading her generation, and she has great, great songs. Her career is amazing; and her team, obviously, is amazing.

People give her a hard time because of the whole Chris—

They give her a hard time because she’s living her life. As long as she’s having fun and isn’t three minutes away from wanting to shoot herself, good! I want her to be happy. That’s impressive to me. And I love her songs. Adele also gives me hope. God bless Amy Winehouse. She was just the perfect thing.


Mary has had a string of bad relationships so she probably sees a little of herself in RihRih. Do you agree that Rihanna is the voice of this generation and speaks for women everywhere?

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  • wth?

    Yea, she’s taking this generation straight to hell!

  • ASY

    It’s just the old trend of older.artists trying to acknowledge the younger.ones so as to not look old and bitter. Notice she never actually complimented her vocals? “She has good songs.” That OTHER people write and produce.

    Yeah Mary, she IS the voice of the new talentless, shallow, get-famous-quick-without-doing-the-real-work, immature, obnoxious, self-absorbed generation that I’m sad to call my own.

    Talkin bout she doesn’t know she’s beautiful. Voice, face, personality, ain’t nothin beautiful there.

    (No, I am not a Beyonce fan.)

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