Rihanna Had A “Bitch Better Have My Money” Moment At The BET Awards Last Night

June 29, 2015 / Posted by:

And now we know what it looks like when Rihanna mimes a bored wave with a pile of cash in her hand.

RiRi showed up to the BET Awards last night, because a party truly isn’t a party until Princess Pass-The-Blunt arrives. And also because she’s got a new video to hustle. “Bitch Better Have My Money“, a song which I assume is about Rihanna shaking down Rita Ora for a portion of her unlicensed impersonator profits, has been assaulting our ears with yuh-yeahs and blap-blap-blaps since March. Three months later, it looks like we’re finally getting a video. RiRi showed a trailer for “Bitch Better Have My Money” (the whole video gets released on Thursday) last night during the BET Awards, and she did it in the most RiRi way possible: by whipping a stack of cash at BET President of Programming Stephen Hill’s face before she stepped on stage.

Actually, that’s not totally correct. The most RiRi way possible would have been if she took that stack of cash and BET’s camera crew to the nearest strip club, removed several $100 bills, rolled a $500 blunt and blew a cloud of smoke that spelled out the word “THURSDAY” before stuffing the rest of the money into a dancer’s oiled-up ass cheeks as she popped her pussy to “Bitch Better Have My Money.

If you want to see what it would look like if Rihanna ditched Shy Ronnie and went solo, you can watch the 1:48 minute trailer for “Bitch Better Have My Moneyhere. 1:48 minutes – how is that a trailer? That’s practically half a video.

Rihanna also sat beside woman beating enthusiast Floyd Mayweather. RiRi and Floyd did this because…I don’t know, they wanted to make everyone feel eight layers of uncomfortable.

Thanks but no thanks, BET – I really didn’t need to see RiRi and Floyd getting into some trailer park S&M. In case you couldn’t get enough to RiRi’s tits-out trampy office manager couture, here she is leaving the BET Awards last night. Yes, I believe that’s a dragon necklace nestled between her cheeches. Well la-dee-da, looks like someone can afford the whole dragon.

Pics: Splash

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