Is RiRi Going Broke?!

August 20, 2008 / Posted by:

E.T. needs to help a fellow alien out if this story is true! According to RiRi’s ex-business manager, the Alien Princess only has $20,000 to her name! Damn. Looks like she’s going to have to trade in her fancy ass beach vacations for a day trip to Raging Waters.

Patricia Williams, RiRi’s supposed ex-business manager, was let go recently when RiRi and her management found out she was going broke. RiRi immediately accused Patricia of stealing from her. Patricia said, “It’s not my fault that she only has $20,000 to her name. I showed her all the paperwork and tried to explain to her the circumstances but she wouldn’t listen. She called me all sorts of horrible names and stormed off. I now feel compelled to share with the world the background story as I will not allow my name to be slandered.

Patricia went on to explain that Def Jam doesn’t “fund Rihanna properly,” so all the money she makes from endorsements and tours is used to pay for her albums and music videos. Patricia claims RiRi made around $1 million last year and all of it was spent making her music videos.

Visit Blackarazzi to read everything Patricia supposedly said. It’s fucking long.

Something in the milk ain’t clean about this shit! How is that Alien Princess RiRi is going broke?! And how is it that she only made $1 million last year? Everywhere I turn, there’s RiRi selling hawking everything from drugstore make-up to lady shavers.

Maybe she’s sending all her money to her home planet or storing it all in her forehead? Speaking of her tenhead, if she is going broke, she should sell billboard space on that shit. She could make a bundle!

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