Rihanna And A$AP Rocky Interview Each Other For GQ & VOGUE

Rihanna And A$AP Rocky Interview Each Other For GQ & VOGUE

Rihanna gave A$AP Rocky a ribbing while interviewing him.

In videos published for GQ and Vogue magazine, the rumored couple asked each other rapid-fire questions about everything, from skin-related topics to the first thing they noticed about each other.

While the two could not look cuter in the video, people were not impressed that Rih keeps hanging out with Rocky, whom they accused of being a "colorist".

One of the notable moments was when the "Stay" singer asked what his skin type was, to which ASAP Rocky responded with, "handsome". She just rolled her eyes and pressed him for more information, as any good interviewer would do.

Elsewhere in the interview, Rihanna, who has an estimated net worth between $200 million and $600 million, asked the "Praise the Lord" hitmaker what his first $20 purchase was.

The rapper quickly interjected before RiRi answered, sweetly saying 'I know what that is, not laughing the whole time'.

Actually, it was an $11 T-shirt. Rocky wore a Hermes belt and a Raf Simons designed black button up shirt. "You could have used some Fenty Skin back then", Rihanna joked. "You can't wash your body with the same rag you wash your face with". I was always so intrigued there.

Rihanna wants men to stop thinking they "don't have permission" to use skincare products. "This is a tricky question because my fans might feel like I'm a hypocrite".

Then, the rumors started again after Rocky was part of Rihanna's Fenty Skin campaign, which caters to all genders. She's the proud owner of Fenty Beauty, Fenty Skin, Savage x Fenty, and other fragrance lines and ready-to-wear fashion lines, while Jay has founded everything from a sports management agency to his own music streaming platform Tidal.

"Oh my god", said Rihanna as she took a look at the outfit, clearly not feeling it.

But Rihanna also spoke more seriously about her skin-care journey, as well as her hopes for the beauty industry when it comes to representation.

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