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31 May 2012, 08:16
The 'You Da One' star says she doesn't worry about fame as she would rather enjoy her life.
Rihanna says she doesn't let the pressure of fame gets to her and has learned to ignore a lot of the media coverage about her life.
The 'We Found Love' singer says she prefers to live her life without regrets, and so tries not to worry about how she is being presented in the press.
"The attention is something I've learned to ignore," Rihanna told Esquire magazine in their July issue. "This is what I do. I live my life and they document it.
"I'm never going to get caught up in that," the 'You da One' star vowed. "I'm gonna look back on my life and say that I enjoyed it.
Earlier this month Rihanna debuted her brand new single 'Where Have You Been' live on American Idol in an energetic performance that saw her wearing her hair in dreadlocks.
Rihanna also celebrated seven years since the release of her first ever single 'Pon De Replay' last week and issued a special thank you to hear fans on Twitter.