Rihanna On Sexting: People Are Afraid, It Can Turn Out Bad

Photo: (Rolling Stone Magazine)

By now, there are few who haven’t seen Rihanna–and a host of other celebrities–in the nude. Her intimate photos raced across the interwebs faster than a leaked Britney album, and now Rihanna’s speaking out. In her latest Rolling Stone interview, the fiery red pop star opens up about boys, sex and sexting.

Donning skintight, high-cut shorts and a barely there top, Rihanna heats up the latest cover of Rolling Stone magazine, out Friday. Inside its pages, the “S&M” singer talks about her more recent personal life saying, “I’m not dating, I’m not sexing, I’m not even sexting…it’s on complete nill.”

After breaking up with Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, Rihanna’s been staying away from sending photos of herself in the nude, all of which have taken on an entirely new life once hitting Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and even, umm, Craigslist. The Barbadian beauty goes on to say that lately she hasn’t been receiving any sexts either. “I haven’t gotten a d*** picture…I think people are really afraid. It can turn out bad.”

Nearly 1 in 5 sext-recipients have passed along photos and messages to another person. So, just a heads up, that personal (and intimate) picture you took might not stay personal for long. Let’s all take a note from Ri Ri and keep intimate moments intimate. She couldn’t have said it “LOUD”-er: sexting can turn out really bad.

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