Somehow we don’t think a loose-fitting knitted shrug is the most supportive bra, but Rihanna was never really a t-shirt and jeans kind of gal.
Rihanna spoke to GQ about moving on from her February 8 assault (via NY Daily News):
“It’s relieving,” she told the mag, “because it was built up for so long, and all these thoughts and emotions have been running through my mind for the past eight months. And now it’s like I finally get to let go and move on.”
“The physical pain comes and it goes. The bruises fade away. But the thing that stays with you is the emotional scars.”
“I wanted people to move on with me,” she continues, “’cause the last big thing they know about me is That Night. And I don’t want that to be what people define me as.”
“Nobody [helped me]. Really just music. And working,” she explains, “Cause I didn’t really want to be around anybody, for them to stare at me and stuff, and feel sorry for me.”