If you haven’t sent a picture of your chichis and coochie to your latest boyfriend, then send RiRi his address because she would like to mail him an “I Feel Sorry For You” greeting card. You see, RiRi’s motto is: “If you don’t send your boyfriend naked pictures, then I feel bad for him.” That trick really said that.
In a radio interview with Hot 97 (via BBC), RiRi talked about those naked pictures of herself that leaked onto the internet earlier this year. RiRi said she had originally sent the pictures to an ex-boyfriend (gee, I wonder who), because she thought it was hot.
RiRi went on to say that she was embarrassed when the public at large got an eye full of her alien balls, “I just felt like my whole privacy was taken before that and then, when that came out, I thought, ‘oh great, so now there’s nothing they don’t know about me and my private life. It was humiliating and it was embarrassing – especially my mum having to see that. It was two days before Mother’s Day, so I was nervous. I sent her flowers first before I called and then she texted me – when the world is against me she’s always there supporting.”
Let’s go back to this “sending your boyfriend naked pictures” thing. RiRi didn’t say anything about your boyfriend returning the favor by sending you an HD DVD of him playing with his peen under a bright light. And she also didn’t mention collecting a credit card number with expiration date and security code before sending him the naked pictures. I’m confused. RiRi wants you to give the gift of your nakedness without getting anything in return? Huh? Wha?! Huh?
It’s not like you’re going to have an orgasm every time he jacks off to the pictures. My motto is: If it doesn’t make your pussy pucker or your wallet burst, then don’t do it.