Fly-LIGHTs: Rihanna Covers Rolling Stone Magazine & Talks About Her New Relationship With Chris Brown …


Fly Girl, Rihanna steams up the cover of Rolling Stone’s latest issue.


A Closer Look: Rihanna in Rolling Stone…


Rihanna is on the cover of Rolling Stone and discusses her inner secrets of sex, drinking, and empathy

This is definitely a good read…

On Breezy:

“[Chris Brown and I] don’t have to talk again ever in my life. I just didn’t want to make it more difficult for him professionally. What he did to me was a personal thing – it had nothing to do with his career. Saying he has to be a hundred feet away from me, he can’t perform at awards shows – that definitely made it difficult for him. That was the only thing it was going to change, so I didn’t care. But you can never please people. One minute I’m being too hard, and the next minute I’m a fool because I’m not being hard enough.”

On Being A Freak:

“I like to take charge, but I love to be submissive,” she says. “Being submissive in the bedroom is really fun. You get to be a little lady, to have somebody be macho and in charge of your shit. That’s sexy to me. I work a lot, and I have to make a lot of executive decisions, so when it comes to being intimate, I like to feel like I’m somebody’s girl.”

What else does she like? “I like to be spanked. Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned – you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs. . . . I’d rather have him use his hands.” She goes on to recount a recent trip to a sex shop in Sydney called the Toolshed, where she left with two full bags of whips, blindfolds and dildos. The takeaway? “Don’t go to a sex store tipsy.”

On Her Father:

Rihanna says that if it weren’t for singing she might have been a psychologist, and she certainly has a deep sense of empathy. “I actually feel really bad for my father,” she says. He was abused too – he got beat up by his stepdad when he was young. He has resentment toward women, because he felt like his mom never protected him, and unfortunately, my mother was the victim of that. I’m not giving him excuses. Right is right and wrong is wrong. I still blame him. But I understand the source.”

On Negativity:

When I think about it, I really do take some pleasure in the negativity,” she says. “I don’t want to say turned on by it – but I’m turned on by it.”

Sounds like Rih Rih is all grown up.

Noe can we get a video for Man Down? I’m just saying…



Wiz Khalifa for Rolling Stone/ Visits Power 99…

Wiz Khalifa covers the March Issue of Rolling Stone Magazine, where they deemed him Hop Hop’s Rookie of The Year. We thought The Source did that already?

Ok, Fine.

He’s definitely blown up out of nowhere, However, we’ve yet to understand anything he’s actually rapping about besides weed and women *Shrugs*.

Wiz recently paid a visit to P.A.’s Power 99, where among other things he talked about….

His new brand of Rolling Papers.


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Justin Bieber Covers Rolling Stone…

Justin Bieber gives his hair a lift for the newest cover of Rolling Stone! Check it out!


Fly-LIGHTS: Lil’ Wayne for Rolling Stone….

Via Necole Bitchie

‘Fresh from his stint at Rikers, Lil Wayne shot the cover of Rolling Stone which will hit news stands January 21st. Inside, he reveals his beef with Heat Players Lebron and Dwyane Wade. He also reveals that he is a master in UNO, he loves reading the bible and he could have landed in even more trouble in prison if another inmate didn’t take the rap for him.’

Who picked this shot though? He looks like he’s had just saw a picture of Toya Carter with Memphitz….

But #Seriously, anyone who reads the Bible gets my vote.

Peep some BTS Footage:

You can head to Necole’s for more of the Story…
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Mag Covers: President Obama x Usher x Mary J. & More….

Our favorite, President Obama covers the October 15, 2010 issue of Rolling Stone. Rolling Stone had interviewed Barack Obama twice before, both times aboard his campaign plane — first in June 2008, a few days after he won the Democratic nomination, and again that October, a month before his election.

During the hour and a quarter conversation with Presient Obama, several questions were asked including this one…

When you came into office, you felt you would be able to work with the other side. When did you realize that the Republicans had abandoned any real effort to work with you and create bipartisan policy?

Well, I’ll tell you that given the state of the economy during my transition, between my election and being sworn in, our working assumption was that everybody was going to want to pull together, because there was a sizable chance that we could have a financial meltdown and the entire country could plunge into a depression. So we had to work very rapidly to try to create a combination of measures that would stop the free-fall and cauterize the job loss.

Check out more of the interview at Rolling Stone!

More of Usher, Nia Long, Taraji P. Henson Samuel L. Jackson & Mary J. Blige after the jump…