Rihanna’s Thick Ass Fail
Rihanna’s photo from the Aura Experience is making headlines — again.
There was so much to look at in Rihanna’s recent carnival photos that something was missed when she originally posted it — an apparent Photoshop fail.
The Barbadian beauty, 29, posted the feathered and bedazzled shot — but the pic had apparently been digitally enhanced because, upon closer inspection, it appears that she has two turquoise thumbnails on her right hand. Not because of her fingernails, but because the sexy superstar’s body is looking a little curvier. (Though true fans have been tracking the resurgence of Thickanna for some time now.)
Just a few typical days in the life of RiRi.
Rihanna shows off her big boobs at the carnival in Barbados, 2017.08.07
Natalie Krill & Erika Linder in Below Her Mouth (2016)
Xenia Tchoumitcheva in Cannes 2016
Model Sister Acts That Prove Beauty Runs in the Family
Sister acts are officially here to stay. Sold-as-a-set models Ruth and May Bell feature in Dior’s Spring 2017 campaign—an inaugural release for creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri. The British duo are the perfect pair, separated only by noses, expressions, and hairstyles: Ruth’s previously buzzed head has now reached mussed-garçonne glory, while May’s medium-length, middle-parted blonde is the modern-day answer to flower-child hair. The almost-but-not-quite look-alikes may be one of the reasons stylish sisters have become a mainstay on the beauty scene.
Ruth Bell & May Bell
Caitlin Stasey shows off her red chili pepper ass on Instagram
This Hijabi Rapper Calls Out Hypocrite Muslim Men In New Music Video
“Say my voice is haram cause you getting turned on … Boy you might need Qur’an.”
Remember Mona Haydar, the poet and activist who took the world by storm with her viral rap music video, Hijabi (Wrap my Hijab)?
Well, she’s back with a new music video, and it’s nothing short of epic.Her new song, titled Dog, echoes the concerns of women around the world, especially Muslims, who are tired of men interfering in their personal lives and criticizing their choices.
To do this, she teamed up with Jackie Cruz, the Dominican–American actress, musician, and former model who plays Marisol “Flaca” Gonzales on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. Cruz is featured in Haydar’s song and music video.
In her song, Haydar addresses hypocrite Muslim men who are “obsessed with my (women’s) anatomy”, acting as saviors and preaching on how women should live their lives, all the while sinning themselves.
The song perfectly illustrates the double standards of the self-proclaimed halal-police who act as “sheikhs” and police women’s every move, all the while maintaining a less than stellar haram tally.
“Kufis, turbans, and the prayer beads they rockin’ too. Twitter, Insta, we can hear those howls – when sun sets tryna hunt me down,” raps Haydar. “Say you can save my spirit, but you’re a dog at night.”
Haydar gives men who criticize the way women dress and act some crucial advice, saying, “Min fadlak ghudd basarak. Min fadlak ikhsha rabbak,” which is Arabic for: “Please lower your gaze.
Please fear your God.”
She ends the song with, “Oh my God, you need God.”
You can find Dog‘s full lyrics here.