Rihanna decides to kidnap some rich blonde and humiliate her why we dance? I am for the most part desensitized by violence, I watch Snapped, LMN, and BET. In this video treatment, the fault in the direction is that Rihanna a victim of violence, should not be on camera making light of violence. Rihanna has her own brand of humor, and is stunning and successful but reaching out to express herself more?
The mini-movie does capture dark humour for some and grievances from others with eyes and ears who also love their mom and have love for women in general. If this was a man instead of a woman in this video, kidnapping and humiliating a woman we would be frantic. Remember what happened when Rick Ross, made that comment about drugging women and covering them in his surplus of girth?
Women and men were pissed off by the misogynist lyrics and celebration of the video UENO. I catch myself saying “UENO” and I am an adult that doesn’t appreciate the threat behind the song, but that only means we must explain to teenagers this shit here is for attention and exploration. RiRi is in some Avante Garde phuckery designed to confuse the masses. Rihanna is a bill collector that needs to pop a Zantex and reevaluate her lending procedures.
Women should not be kidnapped if they owe you money?
If Bill collectors kidnapped people when they owed them money,YOU wouldn’t be reading this right now!
We can not live with a double standard to assume this would not be a composition of disturbing imagery had, Drake or Fetty Wap created this explicit imagery of women in a video.
The song comes across as playful and more of a gimmick, based on a clique. In this instant, women and girls are not accurately depicted as strong, just demented and slightly horrifically competitive and heartless when it comes to their money.
Maybe Rihanna channeled Kris Jenner as the blue print for this character?
This is a demented video treatment, and maybe if I was high or drunk I would appreciate the strategic torture of this poor woman and the process behind the video.
I recall Jay Z Rhianna’s boss stating something close to what happens here by some. If you love a song, but you watch the video and hate the video, it can make you dislike the song.
In this case of
Yeah, RiRi turned a page in her life where she exploits other women, but it was not needed in this fun loving song!
Rihanna, damn girl, I don’t even know?
Then again, everything ain’t for everybody!
So enjoy Riri brutalize and systematically torture and humiliate a woman, watch her video because that mistreatment of women doesn’t happen enough in the media, on a daily basis.