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Rihanna Battles With TLC Over Her NSFW Wardrobe

Submitted by on June 7, 2014 – 10:21 amNo Comment
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Rihanna‘s nipples have been more visible than most rappers with an album out these days. Some love it, some don’t. Count T-Boz and Chilli of TLC among those who aren’t so much in love with seeing Rihanna flashing her goods everywhere. The two spoke to Australia’s Channel 7 Sunrise about Rihanna recently.

“Every time I see you, you don’t have to be naked,” T-Boz said. “It’s hard for us to say anything because any time we do, they say, ‘Oh, TLC must be jealous’, but I call a spade a spade.”

There are many that share T-Boz’ sentiments, but others will call her a hater. Meanwhile, Chilli believes that Rihanna’s NSFW wardrobe is more of a cry for attention than anything else.

“Madonna did it [first], but right now, it’s like a domino effect,” Chilli says. “Everybody seems to be doing that because it gets so much attention. People are usually followers. It’s rare that you have leaders who switch the game up and do something totally different. So you have all these followers, all of them doing the same thing as a result, posting half-naked pictures of themselves on Twitter and Instagram. It’s just crazy, almost like you are dying for attention.”

Rihanna heard about the interview and wasted no time responding.

“When there’s no changing the fact that I’m me, and they’re well…they’re them,” Rihanna said via Twitter post.

And to drive home her point, she posted this image on Instagram as to suggest that TLC lives in a glass house but is throwing stones.

We’ll see where this one goes.

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