Rihanna’s Bitch Better Have My Money Video Sparks Controversy

Posted: Jul 3 2015, 9:14am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 3 2015, 9:39am CDT , in Latest Celebrity News


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Rihanna’s Bitch Better Have My Money Video Sparks Controversy
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  • Pop Starlet Rihanna’s New Single Video may Elicit Mixed Audience Reactions

It has been said that pop starlet Rihanna’s new single video “Bitch Better Have My Money” may elicit mixed audience reactions. Love her or hate her, that’s the one and only Rihanna for you.

Rihanna went all the way on the music video for her song “Bitch Better Have My Money”. She knows that sin is in. The storyline of the video clip deals with Rihanna being a bad bitch who deals in a vicious and savage manner with a man who swindled her of her hard-earned money.

The protagonist of the whole narrative was none other than the Hey Mr. DJ lady, the radical and bad Rihanna herself. This weed-smoking, hard-drinking and wild partying gal pal sent a few notes to the directors who were supposed to project her plan onto the television screen in musical form.

They say that the media only mirrors reality although in a spicier manner. Same goes for Rihanna who showed the pink slip to her accounts officer four years ago for some hanky panky he had been guilty of. The word “bitch” in the song may be applied both ways.

Rihanna could have been the big bad bitch and so could have been the accountant. It depends on a deconstructive analysis which says that anything could mean anything to anyone.

It could be said with a hilarious guffaw that the Razor-Sharp and Rich Rihanna made a bitch out of the accountant. That would do full justice to the man who hoodwinked her out of her financial assets.

Not that Rihanna was in any way negatively affected by the fraudulent act. She probably felt the pinch like a mosquito bite on a blue whale. Hardly worth getting upset over. The music video was cast in April of this year.

In this case, it looks like Rihanna is really into the creative artistic process of creation for creation’s sake. She is engaged in an act of vengeance and is literally out for blood. It shows that the cruelty is the height of culture. Filled with zest and pep and synergy, the video clip is action-packed at its best.

The sex and violence portrayed in the musical single is raunchy and raw. Rihanna wanted to make the video at all costs. She said phooey on censorship which was a product of sick minds. If something shocks anyone that is the main reason behind its existence.

It is meant to break the frozen conservatism inside the onlookers and awaken them from their sleep as sheep. Rihanna is one cheeky chica and she has a style all her own. Keep it up, good girl gone bad!

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