In advance of her strategically timed music video, Rihsus has grammed a series of photos of her music video “Needed You,” and LOOK her nips ride again.
In case you missed it, Instagram banned the woman for showing her naturally occurring breasts, and she recently addressed this, telling Vogue she wanted to stop doing naked dresses, but here we are, and rightfully so.
We cannot watch the video yet, because it’s too popular, but we hear she will be demonstrating behavior one associates with 4/20, but we’d like to do whatever she does by the pool as our profession for the rest of our days. That’s that, but this is the part that concerns us because female censorship and sexy dresses are our bread and butter.
Interestingly, everyone is incapable of forgetting the gloriousness of Rihanna in that glittery Adam Selman body stocking and matching cap the night she was honored at the CFDA Awards. And everyone also assumed this was a gigantic wink to the nipple police over at Instagram HQ — which was of course then flooded with images of everyone’s favorite style muse with her nips out. The look won the night, it was so beautiful on her, and as she said, fashion should be FUN.
So was it all for free the nipple, the worthy cause for women’s breasts to enjoy the same equal treatment in the sun as a dude’s? (For more on this, see our interview with Lina Esco, director of Free the Nipple.) Evidently, it was not. She’s just doing her.
I have always freed the nipple. It was never to get attention. Never sexual. Never in desperation. The bra just f*cked up my sheer shirt. I just wanted to be perfect and that’s what I went with and I felt okay with that. And after a while, it became such a scandal and a “horrible role model” thing. It was a topic of discussion, and eventually other girls started defending me. And now there’s this whole “Free the Nipple” movement.
But they cannot silence her body, or they haven’t yet. Because it’s on Instagram again in a very see through dress, which we find quite angelic. See the shots below. This kind of body pride is “art” to some, particularly in a highly stylized shoot, and “desperation” for others who aren’t quite down with it.
What do you think about nipples on Instagram, Rioters? Peep her shots below.