Rihanna has turned the internet upside down with her latest magazine covers and photo shoots. The Bajan beauty is one of the most desirable artist in the world and hip-hop just can’t seem to get enough of her. Here are a couple of occasion that proves hip-hop is obsessed with Rihanna.
Off Kirko Bangz newest mixtape Progression 4, Kirko dedicated a whole song to Rihanna
Royce Da 5′ 9″
Royce Da 5′ 9″ had rap fans buzzing after spitting his “Hi Rihanna” line during the Shady 2.0 Cypher as part of the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards.
A$AP Rocky’s video for “Fashion Killa” finds the harlem native with Rihanna as she plays his love interest. The two spend a night out on the town trying out clothes and cuffing the shit out each other.
“Curves like Melissa, tough like Michelle (OBAMA!!!)/All day the queen like Mary J./Good like Keyshia, young like RiRi”— Kardinal Offishall ft. Akon & Sean Paul “Dangerous (Remix)”
Charles Hamilton is in love with Rihanna. Hamilton made a whole mixtape basically about her which he dropped on Valentines day called Well Isn’t This Awkward… and also bloged about there “relationship.”
“S65 I call it Rihanna/It got a red top but it’s white like Madonna.” —Rick Ross ft. Drake on “Made Men” Ashes to Ashes Mixtape
Off of Ab-Soul’s Control System, the Black Hippie anthem “Black Lip Bastard” finds Kendrick Lamar showing his lust for Rihanna “And somebody tell Rihanna too/I need that vagina too (Hey baby)”
Chris Brown and Drake
In a packed Manhattan club the past beef over who loves Rihanna more between Drake and Chris Brown hit it’s peak when a brawl exploded into a bloody, bottle-throwing melee. This is just the tip of the iceberg with these two and their love for Rih Rih.
“Treat the track like Rihanna and Chris Brown it.” —Jadakiss ft. Nas & Sheek Louch on “Soldier Survivor” The Champ Is Here 3
“So tell Harpo to hit, Celie/Anyway Ri-Ri what rhymes with your name, freely?” – Nicki Minaj on Rihanna’s “Raining Men” Loud
“Bey Bey my Yoko Ono, RiRi complete the family/Imagine how that’s gon look front row at the Grammys.” —Jay-Z & Kanye West’ “Illest Motherfucker Alive” Watch the Throne