The three-month search is over. We finally know which bitch has Rihanna’s money, and it’s a rich jerk of an accountant, played by Mads Mikkelsen.
Rihanna reaches peak Bad Gal in her “Bitch Better Have My Money” visuals, which she directed, and which cause a slew of unnatural reactions. She’s reckless and literally out for blood, and she lights up every chance she gets in endlessly chic style. Here’s the NSFW video in case you missed its drop at 12 a.m. on Thursday morning:
On Wednesday, hours before the “BBHMM” video release, the Recording Industry Association of America announced that Rihanna had made music history, becoming the first artist to have more than 100 million Gold & Platinum song certifications. This milestone news comes before the release of her R8 album, which is more than likely not even finished yet.
It’s been more than two years since the release of Unapologetic. It’s also been a minute since the release of “BBHMM,” which, like “FourFiveSeconds,” wasn’t entirely well-received — some think it’s lazy, I think it’s fabulous. Rihanna’s needed some well-deserved time off after releasing an album a year for nearly a decade, and though she’s in no hurry to drop this eighth album, she has been eager to delve into the fashion world.
I wouldn’t put it past her to one day leave music altogether and make fashion the priority, but the Navy has been patiently awaiting that R8 album, and we’re ready for her to get all the way back into the music game before she makes that inevitable switch over to #phashun. Here are some ways our favorite Bad Gal can make that happen for her Navy.
Drop R8, like, yesterday.
You know you want it.
Give us a song of the summer.
Because so far, it’s a bleak scene.
Put on a solid performance.Getty Images
None of that 2015 Billboard Music Awards sloppiness.
Go on tour.
Revive the tour with Kanye or just take the world by storm alone.
And design bomb gear to go with it.
’Cause you know she can.
Just drop the album, okay? Our bodies are ready for it.