Monday, November 2, 2015

How Rihanna Is Everything and Everywhere

BY: GURU JAY


Rihanna’s roots sprout up from Barbados. When the platinum music artist crossed over from overseas, she brought the Rihanna Navy along for cruising. Because of a smashing hit streak, the mononymous entertainer has turned into Miss International.

Currently, Celebrity Net Worth calculates Rihanna’s value at $140 million. All I know is their accountants better have counted every dollar bill, because there are serious repercussions for inaccuracies. All jokes aside, Rihanna has built her very own version of Imperial Rome.

Think about it. Rihanna is everything and everywhere. She’s not only accepted and supported by Main Street but also financed by Wall Street. What corporation doesn’t want to license her name or get her endorsement?


Moreover, internationally Rihanna’s market value seems infinite. How did this all happen? I believe she learned from the best: Jay Z, Beyoncé, and Britney Spears.

You see, Jay Z and Beyoncé remain relevant despite fierce competition. And Britney Spears meant the world to music. You must learn from past success and mistakes.

Rihanna reveals just enough to make you want more. She was the reason I watched Battleship. The celebrity can’t mess up.

Okay, everybody can mess up sometimes. But, you rarely see Badgirl Riri off her game. She is dedicated to her craft. The glitz and glamor of Hollywood won’t distract her from destiny.

 Photos By: Wikimedia Commons

That’s why the singer is prolifically producing supreme content. Do I agree with her every move? Of course I don’t.

I disagree with her addressing some detractors directly. There are times she put people in check that weren’t in her league. Still, standing up for your cause is good practice. I believe when you reach Rihanna’s level you start seeing things differently.

In a nutshell, Rihanna is everything and everywhere by design. Her success is not by accident. Right now, the world is hers.


I am Guru Jay launching into orbit in 5-4-3-2-1!
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