By Sonya Magett, EnStars | Nov 14, 2012 01:32 AM EST
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Rihanna bares it all for one of three covers for GQ's December 2012 "Men of the Year (And One Hot Woman)" Issue.
And the Bajan beauty reveals herself again on the inside for a titillating photo spread and the magazine's interview.
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The "Diamonds" singer is in the buff except for a black cropped motorcycle jacket. She strategically placed her arms over her nether regions. The racy photo shoot is one of her efforts to promote her upcoming album, "Unapologetic."
In the GQ interview, the 24-year-old addressed the Chris Brown/Drake brawl, what she wants in a relationship and how she sees herself.
"There's no proof of that being for my love," she said when questioned about the bottle-bashing fight between Brown and Drake's camps in June.
When asked about how sexual she appears to be in the eyes of the public, she replied: "That comes from my culture, that's just the way it's always been, and I think that for people, especially in America, they make it like the forbidden fruit, but that only makes kids more curious."
Rihanna shared what she wants in a relationship - to
"feel like a woman."
"I have to be in control in every other aspect of my life, so I feel like in a relationship, like I wanted to be able to take a step back and have somebody else take the lead," she explained.
As for her take on love, she said, "Love makes you go places you probably wouldn't ever go, had it not been for love. But I think everybody still has their limits."
"Sometimes a person looks at me and sees dollars, she explaind about her image. "They see numbers and they see a product. I look at me and see art. If I didn't like what I was doing, then I would say I was committing slavery. "
"Unapologetic" LP will be released on Nov. 19.
Two other covers for GQ's December 2012 issue feature Ben Affleck and Channing Tatum. The actors both landed GQ's 2012 Men Of The Year honor for their success with their films "Argo" and "Magic Mike" respectively.
The December 2012 issue of GQ hits newsstands nationwide on November 20.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's timeless tale of greed and corruption in the flashy pre-Depression era of the 1920s is excess at its best. It is told through the eyes of a true outsider who was welcomed in anyway, Nick Carraway, and the story he shares of the battles between 'new money' and 'old money', as well as trying to stay on top no matter the cost, is powerful. Fitzgerald's tale is so well-written that it is one of the few that is hard to claim as a boring read.
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