Honestly, we didn’t realize Rihanna had so many haters! After her rants against bloggers and tweets complaining about the media’s Chris Brown obsession, it sounds like the singer’s feeling more than a little persecuted. Now Rihanna is telling British GQ that it’s only natural for her to get negative attention—at least from the ladies. “People think I’m overly sexy,” says the singer. “It bothers them for some reason. Girls don’t like to see other girls dressed sexy. It’s a little intimidating—I don’t mean that in a cocky way.” Oh, of course not. Nothing cocky about suggesting your fashion sense intimidates your gender.
“People are hypocrites…Most of them are unhappy with themselves. It’s women who are mad at other women. They should take a look at their own lives. A lot of people don’t have the guts to confront themselves. They don’t have the balls.” Yow! Not that this harsh, genital-focused language means she’s totally unsympathetic to her fellow ladies. “Every time they see me my ass is out or my boobs are out, so it can get a little irritating. I get that. But I have to do what makes me happy, what I feel like doing.” Fair enough, Rihanna—your boobs, your bliss. But do try to remember that “don’t hate” is a two way street.