Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 19 April 2015

Rihanna: I’m square


Rihanna is giving up her party girl lifestyle.

The 25-year-old is tired of the club scene and is ready for a simpler, calm life. Her decision comes as something of a surprise as she is renowned for her love of wild nights out and is regularly seen at nightclubs with friends.

“Recently I’ve become a square. I hate partying. I don’t know if it’s my heels – I don’t like standing up in my heels for hours. I don’t know if it’s that, but I’ve been so bored of it,” she told Alan Carr on his TV show Chatty Man.

Rihanna is bored of always doing the same thing and hearing the same music. She has decided it’s time to take a break from her party girl lifestyle.

“I tell you, I’m a bit of a square recently. Don’t feel bad for me, I’m good. I don’t know if it’s because it’s the same music every night – maybe we need some more DJs,” she laughed.

Despite her raunchy image, Rihanna insists she actually lives a very tame life these days.

“I am such a bootleg rock star, I do nothing, literally,” she admitted. “I’m embarrassed to say that actually. That’s so disgusting. That’s f**king pathetic.”

Although she insists she is bored with the club scene, Rihanna admits she might still make an appearance now and then.

“I love what I do and I’ve got a lot to celebrate,” she says. “So you’ll catch me celebrating every once in a while, because I work hard.”

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