Rihanna Wants a Kid, Possibly With Chris BrownS

Rihanna covers Elle UK this month and talks about Chris Brown, Instagram and her future. Discussing Ri-Ri on this website is something of a lose-lose situation: Salem-style piling on her for her choices doesn't help anybody—especially not other women in similar situations—and I'll leave the alternative to the staff writer ladies who are more than equipped to tackle these issues. So, for today, at least, here's Rihanna on Rihanna.

"I Instagram everything about my life, whether it's smoking piff, in a strip club, reading a Bible verse-how crazy, I know-or hanging with my best friend, who happens to be Chris. I'm posting pictures of myself smoking piff to tell the truth about myself. I've got so much to think about, why bring all this extra shit by being dishonest?"

"‘Stay' is a story about having love that close and wanting it to last forever... You don't have that feeling with everybody so when you have it you don't want to let go of it. I would definitely say that he is the one I have that kind of relationship with. [...] What we want [is] a great friendship that's unbreakable. Now that we're adults we can do this right. We got a fresh start and I'm thankful for that."

Within the next five years, she says: ""Shall I say this? I will probably have a kid... (who'll be the father?) I can't tell you that. It's not my business. It's God's business."

After the Drake/Breezy bottle-throwing club fight, which may have began with Drake sending over a note to Brown that read "I'm fucking the love of your life, deal with it":

"Everybody wanted to know what was happening in my life. Is she a drug addict? No. Is she an alcoholic? No. Is she a victim? No. That's when I got the gun [tattoo]. It was a symbol of strength. I'll never be a victim."

[NYDN; image via Elle UK]

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