Rihanna Denies Existence of J-Cole Sex Tape

August 25, 2011 By:
Rihanna Denies Existence of J-Cole Sex Tape

Yesterday, Hustler issued a statement that they had a copy of a sex tape between Rihanna and rapper J-Cole. "Hustler are in possession of the Rihanna and J-Cole tape. We have seen it and we do not know what we are going to do with it yet."

Besides the fact that that statement basically just says, "The employees at Hustler have seen porn," Rihanna is adamantly denying the existence of the sex tape.

Naturally she tweeted, "We don't believe U, U need more people...and ofcourse an actual sextape! #slownewsday." What does she mean by "U need more people." Does Hustler need more people to vouch that they've seen the alleged sex tape? Or does Hustler need more people to star in sex tapes?

J-Cole, her supposed partner in crime, who opened for Rihanna's Loud tour, also tweeted, "Gossip Gossip, n---a just stop it." Which are also lyrics from the Kanye West song, "Monster."

If you don't want a sex tape of yourself to leak, don't make one in the first place...that is, if you're a celebrity. If you're a pedestrian, go ahead and film your boring sex. If you are famous, don't film yourself having sex. If you are famous, do not take naked photos of yourself. I mean, this should be celebrity 101 right?

This is not the first time Rihanna has done something racy that leaked to the public. When naked photos of herself leaked online in 2008 she said, "It was humiliating and it was embarrassing - especially my mom having to see that."

Despite being embarrassed, she says she'd do it again, "When you're not with the person you want to be intimate with, a picture is the next best thing. When you're alone, and those horny moments come up, pictures can be very handy."

Just a little piece of advice from Rihanna. From the same category of wisdom as "sticks and stones may break my bones but chains and whips excite me."

However a little sex tape rumor never hurt anyone, in fact it's probably great publicity for Rihanna because the video for her seventh single of her album "Loud" debuts today. Woah, it's almost like they planned it!? But not in Hollywood, where people NEVER get famous from a sex tape!

Rihanna's newest video for "Cheers" drops today. The song is currently #4 on iTunes.