Rihanna on Relationship With Matt Kemp: It Gets Difficult!

October 4, 2010 By:
Rihanna on Relationship With Matt Kemp: It Gets Difficult!

Rihanna and her fire red hair has been doing the promotional rounds in Europe.

She hit up BBC Radio's This Is Max in London where she talked about the difficulties of being in a relationship, her title as a sex vixen, her new music video, etc.

Here are the excerpts from the interview:

On boyfriend Matt Kemp:

“It’s really difficult because we are so far from each other most of the year and we both have very demanding schedules it get’s difficult at times but it is what it is. I’m in love and I’m very happy but we have only been dating for a few months so no wedding for now we are taking it easy.”

On being a sex symbol:

“I feel so flattered and never get used to it. anytime I hear it I feel it’s a compliment. I had to learn to just go for it when it comes to being sexy as i used to be self conscious. Now I’m prity solid and happy with my body and what I’m uncomfortable with my body I accept it for what it is. At times I get bloated a little bigger time to time and a couple more dimples on the back of my legs. You just have to learn to be happy with what you have.”

On becoming a superstar:

“It’s really surreal I always think about it I used to always look up to Mariah Carey and Beyonce and now when we go to the same award shows I’m in the same category, it’s really really cool and is such a good feeling. It makes me feel like I have accomplished a lot and I’m moving ahead really quickly in life.”

On Drake:

“Drake is such a cool guy he is one of my great friends. We actually just did a song together it’s going to be on my album. The second song we did another version with him we may even shoot a video for it. I went out with him Trey and J Cole recently we had a lot of fun.”

On her latest video for "What's My Name":

“I just took a shot of a cocktail just before the video, then I went on the street and did my thing, there were a lot of people watching so many cameras everywhere. I had to get in my own zone and do my thing."