Is it just me, or does Rihanna get stupider and stupider? First she hooks up with Chris Brown for God knows what reason, and after he beats the crap out of her, she goes back to him. Okay, okay, you can’t just turn feelings off, yadda yadda yadda. But now, almost a year after she suffered that horrible beating, it seems that Rihanna still hasn’t learned a damned thing. Apparently, after dating the highest-risk boy (and yes, he’s a boy and not a man) there is, she still looks for that high-risk in all of her relationships. This is because Rihanna doesn’t want a relationship that’s ‘perfect and boring.’ And she even goes so far as to say that in these types of relationships the person ‘won’t hurt you.’ And she doesn’t like that?! What the hell is wrong with her? This comes from Contact Music,
“RIHANNA is adamant she will never date a “nice” guy – because she can’t see the point in a relationship which is “perfect and boring”.
The Umbrella hitmaker split from boyfriend Chris Brown earlier this year (09) after their vicious fight which left the singer battered and bruised and her former lover pleading guilty to assault charges.
Rihanna is adamant she prefers “high risk” guys with an “edge” and will never consider romancing a man she considers a “cream puff”.
She tells Britain’s Glamour magazine, “Definitely the high-risk (guys). I don’t like cream puff, corny guys. Usually they are the nice guys, the ones that won’t hurt you. They’ll pull out the chair for you and the whole nine yards. Everything is perfect and boring.
“I like the risk, I like the edge. That’s the thrill for me.”
Yes, nice guys are nice. That’s generally why they’ve been given that label. But even people who are looking for drama in a relationship don’t have to settle for someone who could possibly hurt them. There are plenty of opportunities for drama even when you’re dating a ‘nice guy.’ But I think where Rihanna’s off the mark is when she seems to equate drama with bad things. There are plenty of thrilling times when you’re in a healthy and happy relationship. Granted, there might not be as much of a risk but, every relationship has its own risks, doesn’t it? Even if it’s just at the beginning, when you don’t know if the other person is going to feel the same way as you or not? I don’t understand why Rihanna seems to still want to put herself in dangerous situations. I just can’t wrap my head around this very, very stupid quote of Rihanna’s.