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Rihanna -- I'm a Rockstar, NOT A PARENT!!!

6/2/2011 10:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Rihanna is lashing back at the people criticizing her violent new music video for "Man Down" -- scoffing at the notion she's a role model ... saying, "What's up with everybody wantin me to be a parent?"


RiRi went to her Twitter page today after the Parents Television Council condemned the "Man Down" video for depicting a premeditated murder and implying killing someone is an acceptable form of revenge.

Rihanna tweeted, "I'm a 23 year old rockstar with NO KIDS! What's up with everybody wantin me to be a parent? I'm just a girl, I can only be your/our voice!"

She continued, "We have the freedom to make art, LET US! Its your job to make sure they dont turn out like US."

  "U can't hide your kids from society, or they'll never learn how to adapt! This is the REAL WORLD."



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A Real Lawyer    

I've seen this behavior before. Any single word to her that isn't all positive and overflowing with her supposed "greatness" is perceived by her as a slight or criticism and she lashes out. THAT is narcissitic personality disorder. I have a ton of experience dealing with individuals with NPD and she sure has the signs. Grow up Rihanna. You put yourself out there in the public and expect 100% support for everything you do and say is unrealistic. This chick has some serious issues. The same thing happened when somone asked her about being a follower of Chris Brown's twitter and she had similar statements. She's a freakin' narcissist!! You aren't that great, missy. You have a five-head, you can't sing live and you act and dress like a two-cent hooker. Get overself and get some therapy...and FAST.

1184 days ago


rhianna, im sorry, you are in no way a "rock star" bc that would mean you have some kind of talent. you can't sing, you can't dance, you really aren't very attractive w your large forehead and manly hair cut and to top it all off, I wouldn't worry about kids looking up to you bc who the hell would want to grow up to be you?

1184 days ago


Ri Ri, Whitney Houston was a legitimate rock star, and could sing circles around you. She's also an example of what being a no self-control having, impulsive diva knucklehead can lead to. Wise up girl, quick.

1184 days ago


So, she wants to be "your voice", but doesn't want any moral backlash. Typical lowlife bitch!

1184 days ago


You don't have to be a parent to be a role model. In fact, most parents ARE NOT. A role model is someone looked up to, who has influence on an audience, and that is you RiRi you ignorant "rockstar".

1184 days ago


I have really tried to like this girl, but she makes it nearly impossible. She is now officially a triple threat, but not in the way you might think. She is untalented, unintelligent and unclassy.

1184 days ago

Jack DaCarup    

Rockstar!!?? LMFAO! I don't think so. That's almost as good as Jethro Tull winning the first Heavy Metal Grammy!

1184 days ago


JoeCrabs got it right. Also, she's got more milage on that skanky pus'sy of her's than Cortney Hole Love.

1184 days ago


The only significant thing to take away from her statement is that she's 23, and you can definitely tell that by her words and her reasoning.

1184 days ago


The only significant thing to take away from her statement is that she's 23, and you can definitely tell that from her words and her logic.

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1184 days ago


She thinks she's a rockstar?! hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaaahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

1184 days ago


She is right, But sorry RiRi...You aren't a "ROCK STAR".....Maybe pop Aspiring star would suit best.

1184 days ago


noone is asking her to be a parent..thank god..and rock star..I dont think so

1184 days ago


She's hiding behind her age as though "23" is a license to be clue-less. If she can't be responsible at 23 then maybe she should retire and come back when when matures.

1184 days ago
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