By S-Dot for The S-Dot Files
Hmmm...seems someone wants even more attention. Why does no one see that this young, confused woman's cry for attention is dysfunctional and she truly needs some help?
This isn't the behavior that you encourage of someone that's been a VICTIM it's the act of someone that wants to be idolized at all costs, even to the detriment of themselves. Let's stop looking the other way and recognize that this is a cry for intervention. Puhleeeeeeze!!!
Women you're not empowering yourself by reducing yourself to a jerk-off jumpoff in a men's magazine. You might think that you're gaining control, but you're actually compromising and monetizing your soul. You'll notice how she keeps making mention of others perceiving her as being in league with darkness lately, which is something that should make you pause and take notice of the reality that she's engaged in spiritual warfare, entombed in a mental prison and lashing out physically at her unaddressed demons. I sincerly pray that Rihanna comes to her senses and this senseless path that she's on ends soon. Let's learn from the examples of Aaliyah (notice what happened after she signed on to do that vampire role?) and Left Eye (notice the "manifestations" of paranormal entities she encountered just before her untimely demise?) tragedies when someone is putting themselves at risk. Puhleeeeze someone intervene.
In other news...
The Queen of Hip Hop Soul Mary J. Blige returns with her new album "Stronger With Each Tear" next week. Yipeee!!!