Thu, 25 February 2010 03:07:39 ET
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Slamming reports suggesting she will release a book about her private life, the 'Hard' hitmaker states that 'it's not in the plan right now' and if one was to be made, 'it would be a very long book'.
has recently slammed reports suggesting she has a plan to release an autobiography. In her response to the "name and shame" book story, the 22-year-old singer, as quoted by Showbiz Spy, explained one of her reasons, "It would be a very long book." She went on insisting, "it's not in the plan right now."
The "Umbrella" hitmaker further stated that she is unwilling to share further detail about her private life on a book. "Anyway, the world knows a little too much about me at the moment," she confessed. "I don't think they need to know any more." Though so, she doesn't completely shut down the possibility of releasing one. "But if I change my mind I'll let you know," she said.
In January, the "Russian Roulette" hitmaker was reported eyeing to release a book called "The Last Girl on Earth". According to Daily Star, a source came forward with a revelation that the Barbadian singer would provide the names of those who had wronged her, including ex Chris Brown
. "There is a lot Rihanna has to say about a lot of people. She has finally plucked up the courage to reveal all to the world," the source said.
"There might be a few people quaking in their boots right now about what she will be writing in this book," the insider further told the publication. It had also been suggested that Rihanna would talk about her younger years in the Caribbean, her relationship with Jay-Z
and Beyonce Knowles
, and the secrets of her love life.
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