Robyn Rihanna Fenty: The Game of Fame

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In today’s world, celebrities are often misunderstood, especially singer/songwriter Robin Rihanna Fenty, referred to as Rihanna. Rihanna’s sexual behaviors in her videos have been talked about in negative ways for some time now, but what [eople do not understand is that it is all for fame. Celebrities will do anything to keep their career going strong. If one really took the time out to take a deep look at Rihanna, they will notice how humble she really is. After going through the abusive relationship with Chris Brown, Rihanna has struggled with gaining that strong confidence with who she is. Her critics believe that she is still trying to discover herself and figure out who she really is as a person. Rihanna is often given two choices, to…show more content…
Her boyfriend Chris Brown assaulted her before an awards show. The incident sparked a huge public outpouring of support for Rihanna. After her relationship with Chris Brown, Rihanna moved on and romantically became involved with Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, but unfortunately that did not last long. In 2012, Rihanna appeared to be reconnecting with Chris Brown. They worked on the song “Birthday Cake” together and released it later that year. Rihanna stated that her and Chris Brown had developed “a very close friendship.” Many of her fans were not pleased with the idea of it but others were more than happy. IV. Critiques and Reviews In many of Rihanna’s videos she has portrayed many sexual behaviors. One of her most recent hit songs “Can’t Remember To Forget You” was collaborated by Shakira and Rihanna. Critics are chiming in with their thoughts on the tune. Some critics are writing that the song’s subtle shape makes it a winner, while others feel like there’s not enough there. Critic Elizabeth Ann Jones wrote how Rihanna previously told Bang Showbiz about making a conscious decision to change her decision. Rihanna said, “I was focusing on getting people to respect me as an artist, making my stamp in the industry. I wasn’t 100% or even 75% in control of my image or my sound. I said, ‘If you guys keep this perfect image of me, people will never

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