Some people still don’t know not to mess with Rihanna…she doesn’t know how to be the big person and just ignore. She always replies. So during an interview on a programme in Australia yesterday, the remaining members of TLC, Chilli and T.Boz, criticized Rihanna for wearing that see-through outfit to Monday’s Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards.
“Every time I see you you don’t have to be naked,’ T-Boz said. “It’s easy to sell sex. 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”
“We became the biggest girl selling group of all time with our clothes on and that says a lot,’ Chilli chimed in “We could go around too with booby cakes out all day long”
Well, Rihanna took to Twitter and fired some shots of her own. She first released the pic above left that shows the girl group showing off their own breastises back in the day…and changed the header image on her Twitter profile to a photo of TLC topless. Then she became disrespectful.
What T.Boz also said below…
“You know what Madonna did [first] … but right now its like a domino effect, 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. I think it will take more artists not doing it, it’s as simple as that. At the end of the day the music speaks for itself, you don’t have to take your clothes off if your music is great and you have a great image to support that it’s definitely a win:win. It’s crazy to think that to have someone keep their clothes on would be refreshing. “It’s easier for boy bands. You find one or two guys that can really sing and if they are cute and have a six pack they’ve got [thousands of] fans. It’s different for women, most of us don’t want to show off our bodies all the time.”