‘I feel bad for him’: Rihanna Addresses Her Leaked Intimate Pictures On The Internet Like a True Queen

In 2009, Rihanna's intimate pictures, which she sent to her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, were leaked all over the internet and a lot of people blame Chris Brown's team for the leak. She later talked about the incident in an interview and how she dealt with it.

The incident didn't seem to bother Rihanna

In an interview with The Sun, she admitted that it was a little humiliating but said,

"If you don't send your boyfriend n*ked pictures, then I feel bad for him… Every woman should have n*ked pictures taken.

In five years my body might not look like this. I've always been borderline ra*nchy and a little s*xy. But s*xy at 19 and s*xy at 21 are two different things. I'm just having fun."

Rihanna is a role model to many people

Rihanna has gained a lot of fans not only because of her great music but also because of her way of dealing with controversial matters. She has become an icon and a role model for the new generation. She does not hesitate from putting her thoughts forth no matter how controversial they may get and that is exactly what she did back in 2009.

For those who live under a rock, Rihanna recently hit the headlines after she gave birth to a baby boy with her partner A$AP Rocky. The singer also flexed her strong maternity fashion game during that period.

A lot of celebrities got their intimate photos leaked in 2014 due to the famous "iCloud leak"

In 2014, a lot of celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, and Kirsten Dunst got their intimate photos leaked due after what initially seemed like a hacker attack on Apple's iCloud service, which backs up files from the iPhone.


It is still unclear what exactly happened but many believe, a weakness in the Find My Phone feature of iCloud allowed hackers to use brute force methods to crack user passwords. This was later patched.

However, Apple claimed that its iCloud service was not breached, but instead that "certain celebrity accounts were compromised by a very targeted attack on user names, passwords, and security questions, a practice that has become all too common on the Internet."

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