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13 November 2012, 17:11
The 'We Found Love' star also speaks about what she looks for in a relationship in latest edition of American GQ.
Rihanna has opened up about the alleged brawl between ex-boyfriend Chris Brown and Drake at a nightclub earlier this year.
The pair reportedly clashed at WIP nightclub in June when Drake wrote a note to Chris that alluded to his former girlfriend.
In the new edition of American GQ, Rihanna was asked about the clash, which at the time Chris described as "brutal".
"There's no proof of that being for my love. That's my answer to that question," Rihanna said.
Since the incident in the summer, Rihanna has spoken about her Chris and admitted that she still has feelings for her former boyfriend. The star has also recently confirmed that the singer will appear on her new album 'Unapologetic', which is due to be released on 19th November.
Rihanna poses for her feature in the latest edition of American GQ: (picture: Mario Sorrenti / GQ)
Rihanna is named Obsession of the Year in the latest issue of American GQ, which also includes the magazine's annual round-up of its Men of the Year.
Asked what turns her on, Rihanna said: "I like to feel like a woman. I have to be in control in every other aspect of my life, so I feel like in a relationship, like I wanted to be able to take a step back and have somebody else take the lead."
The star went on to add that she "could absolutely be dominant", before adding: "But, in general, I'd rather... How do I say this in like a...non-X-rated version? Love makes you go places you probably wouldn't ever go, had it not been for love. But I think everybody still has their limits."
Alongside the interview, the star has posed for one of her raunchiest photoshoots to date.
Meanwhile, the 'Diamonds' singer has confirmed details of her '777' world tour, which will see her play seven countries in seven days starting in Mexico this week.
The American edition of GQ is on sale now.