Hot Woman Of The Week: Rihanna

This is our first musician on our ongoing ‘Hot Woman Of The Week’ series! Last week we featured Ronda Rousey and there was limited content, but this week I had no problem finding photos to feature of Rihanna. She has no issue stripping down and showing off her assets and for that we’re all grateful because she has an incredible body. The first time I ever saw her was in her music video ‘Umberella’ where she officially became the good girl gone bad we all know today. This week we pay tribute to the sexy and talented singer from Barbados; Rihanna.

 

 

Rihanna was discovered by Jay-Z and his then record company Def Jam Recordings. She burst on to the scene with the dance single Pon de Replay and wasn’t quite the Rihanna we’ve come to know and love. It was that distinct voice though that turned her into a successful R&B Pop artist.

 

 

Her third studio album ‘Good Girl Gone Bad’ is what ultimately turned her into a household name and sex symbol. Winning Rihanna her first Grammy for the single ‘Umbrella’.

 

The Barbadian Beauty has sold over 230 million records world wide making her one of the greatest selling artists of all time at only 29-years-old.

 

 

As I mentioned earlier, Rihanna isn’t one to shy away from showing some skin whether it be a photo shoot, live event, music video or Instagram as displayed above.

 

 

Rihanna has become a bit of a fashion icon with her calculated outfits that show a lot, but leave just enough to give off a bit of mystery.

 

 

Her perfectly figured frame is only emphasised by her tattoo placement; giving off the bad girl look we desire.

 

 

Personally Rihanna is in my top ten list. Everything about her turns me on; not just her body but even attitude on life is sexy.

 

 

In my honest opinion, Rihanna is the epitome of sex symbols in music right now.

 

 

In conclusion, Rihanna seems to be a down to earth woman, with intelligence to match her talent. When I hear the phrase “goddess-like body” she is one of the first women to pop into my head. She can stand under my umbrella any day… Am I using that right? I’m definitely not.

 

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