TLC on Rihanna Beef ‘This Whole Conversation Had Nothing to Do With Her’


Tensions rose last week when an interview with TLC falsely targeted Rihanna as the topic of conversation.

“Someone asked a question, ‘have we seen Rihanna’s outfit’ and I said, ‘no’ because were over here touring and I didn’t know there was an award show and I had no clue what she wore.” T-Boz said to quickly justify the singer’s name ever being name dropped.

However in reality, “this whole conversation had nothing to do with her anyway and it was never about her at all none what so ever,” the outspoken pop member continued.

The legendary girl group actually commented on keeping your clothes on and selling the message not your body and because if the shoe fits wear it, the Aussie company placed an image of Rih Rih as an example, “I was talking about television shows and then you heard me say, ‘every time we see you, you’re naked,’ and then they put her picture up, come on man. How could I talk about something I didn’t even see or care about.” However despite what the miscommunication was the singer didn’t hesitate to come on the defense.

Becoming the object of ridicule, the MAC ambassador converted her Twitter background into an image of the three girls topless which they clarified was, “the one picture in 22-years of our whole career and it was for breast cancer awareness.” As well as referring them as “old thots” for the enjoyment of her navy. While the two images are child’s play to her lucrative naked career, what’s done is done and the girl group is setting the record straight.

Still touring, the remaining members sat down with Yahoo Down Under. After stating it wasn’t targeted to any specific person, “When we were talking about people not wearing clothes or being naked all the time, that’s just some people, its not just some artist, its actors, actress,” Chilli said to her own defense. “And we’re living proof,” T-Boz chimed in.

Despite how biased their original opinion seemed anchored to the bajan beaut, its true, they fail to mention any one celeb. But vixens, what do you think? Has Rihanna finally taken it too far or should Chilli and T-Boz ignore their new industry enemy?

Check out both interviews on the next page.

Jibari Daniels

Hey, my name is Jibari Daniels. I´m a graphic designer/web developer from New York City and I'm a co-writer for Celeb Edition

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