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Rihanna‘s fascinating love life was the topic of yet another interview recently.

She had plenty to say about the misadventures of her cooch in Man-land and why she doesn’t seem to stay with the same man for too long.

Although remaining coy on whether or not she’s courting, the 23-year-old S&M singer says men like the thrill of the chase when it comes to pursuing a mate – and she likes to keep them on their toes too.

Talking in the new issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, she said: ‘I’m open to love. But guys should have to earn it. Because the minute they get it, they want something else.

‘Men are like hunters; they like the chase. So you have to keep ’em guessing. Actually, I’m like that too. I get bored quickly. So if someone can make me laugh, that’s the best.’

First of all: we’d love to hear Rihanna’s definition of making a man earn it. Secondly: we doubt it’s that difficult to keep her attention, although we have no doubt she finds it difficult to keep someone else interested beyond giving up the goodies.

And then, of course, they found a way to bring Breezy into the situation.

The singer, who stars on the cover of the August issue of Cosmopolitan UK in a typically sexy crop-top bustier and hot pink shorts, opens up in the interview about the aftermath of the domestic violence incident concerning her ex, singer Chris Brown.

Rihanna said it had been a dark episode for her.

She said: ‘It was a very aggressive and defensive time, and that allowed me to start not giving a shit. I walked around with a very fuck-you attitude. I’ve always been good at masking my emotions.

‘Anytime I didn’t want to deal with how I felt, I’d put up my guard. But I’ve started not doing that.’

Oi! Enough already! Here’s what WE think keeps Rihanna single:

This chic is reckless. Noone wants to wife that up.

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