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15 January 2013, 12:38
The 'Diamonds' star has declined to explain her reasons for recording the song with the R&B star.
Rihanna has refused to elaborate on her decision to collaborate with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown for the song 'Nobody's Business', simply declaring that it is "the truth".
The 'We Found Love' singer was asked why she chose to record with 'Turn Up The Music' star Chris for her 2012 album 'Unapologetic' despite the message of the song, but reportedly "turned cold" when asked to explain her decision.
"Pardon me? It's the truth. Remember?" Rihanna told Complex magazine this month. "It's a fun record that The Dream wrote and we loved the lyrics.
"You're still asking me questions about it so clearly you don't know," the 'Where Have You Been' singer added at the end of their interview.
Rihanna has also paid tribute to her back catalogue of records in a series of seven cover shoots for the publication that each pay tribute to one of her previous seven albums.
Check out the picture representing Rihanna's 'Loud' album from her new Complex magazine cover shoot below (Credit: Instagram/Complex):
The 'Diamonds' singer released her seventh album 'Unapologetic' in late 2012 which followed previous releases 'Talk That Talk', 'Loud', 'Rated R', 'Good Girl Gone Bad', 'A Girl Like Me' and her 2005 debut 'Music Of The Sun'.
Rihanna poses in a picture representing her 2011 album 'Talk That Talk' for Complex magazine below (Credit: Instagram/Complex):
Rihanna is currently preparing to kick off her 'Diamonds' world tour in support of 'Unapologetic', which launches across North America in March before arriving on the UK's shores this June.