Former Prosecutor Does Detailed Psychological Analysis On Rihanna; Oct, 2012

This article is a good example of why the former prosecutor from Maryland has a restraining order against her.
My detailed psychological analysis on Marcie is that she doesn’t realize her opinions on people she’s never met are drug induced imaginary fabrications akin to hallucinations that have no basis in reality other than being projections of her own inadequacies.

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 Rihanna has a Mission statement, she posted it in her love theme obviously directed to Chris Brown in her 2011 song with an accompanying video “We Found Love (In A Hopeless Place)”. Although there was a sort of an industry wide order in place from As High Up As It Gets for the two of them to stop seeing each other, twittering to each other, continuing their highly destructive relationship (it was hurting their careers, more damaging to him than her) ; Chris still got the message speeding through cyberspace. He responded by technically abiding with the twitter ban in merely re-tweeting one of Rihanna’s posts, (as opposed to actually sending a twitter directly to her), which read :
“Sometimes it feels like we find love in the most hopeless place”. Rihanna, I hear you, we will never be torn away from each other.
     Oh, those crazy kids, so in love, just like Romeo & Juliet-even the 2 Titans of their Hip Hop Rap World cannot keep them apart. Of course there was no Facebook, Twitter or even cellphones back when William Shakespeare first wrote his classic tragedy, “Romeo & Juliet”, so he could not have imagined how this would be re-enacted out in modern times. It is a story that always ends very badly, in tears & death.
 Do you think either of them have read it? Spoiler ahead, in case you have not. Two young people from opposite camps of power (check), fall madly in love (check), this is discovered (check), they are forbidden to see each other anymore (check), but continue to scheme to against all odds to keep their romance alive (check), until they are both dead…I don’t think Chris Brown intends to prove his love by dying, but Rihanna sure is, whether by drugs, alcohol or a fatal beating appear to be the likely mode of operation. This is unintentionally ironic, as Juliet first ingests a drug so as to appear dead, when she is not; but upon discovering that Romeo has killed himself as he cannot live without all the drama (I meant passionate commitment to his one true love), he does consume a fatal poison. When Juliet finds him dead, she responds in kind by unsheathing Romeo’s dagger, stabbing herself & then dies bleeding draped across Romeo’s body. Great stuff, Rihanna- please take note: this has been done before by better writers.
   How did Robyn Rihanna Fenty, now age 24, find her way into this dramatic re-telling of Romeo &
Juliet that always ends in death while still selling multi-platinum records? As always, this requires a look back into her past to understand her desperate need for fatal drama & attention of the wrong kind at any cost. Actually, there is no such thing as bad publicity unless you are one of the equally tragic products of the Disney scheme to exploit the young: 
exhibit A, Britney Spears,
Exhibit B, Christina Aguilera,
Exhibit C, Lindsay Lohan,
Exhibit D, Demi Lovato,
Exhibit F, Amanda Byrnes: think you have gotten my point.
    It is very unusual for a child star to grow up into a drug free healthy successful adult still A Lister in the industry as Leonardo DiCaprio enjoyed pointing out in his 2010 promotion of mega-hit “Inception”: by reminding everyone that the two other blond boys he used to compete against for roles were dead. Rihanna is a very damaged product & she doesn’t want to be fixed, it is all she knows. She isn’t capable of imagining a different kind of life other than the one she was born into when her mother selected Ronald Fenty as her father.
    Rihanna is from Barbados, the islands as they are known; when you do hear her speak, her distinctive lilt is still present. Which is why I found it strange indeed that she choose recent Scientology Bride of Doom, model/aspiring starlet Agyness Deyn to do the voice over preceding her public pronouncement of 4EverLuv as the intro to her 2011 video “We Found Love (in a hopeless place)”. I actually found it even more odd that so many people thought the voice was Rihanna’s because she doesn’t sound like UK product Aygness at all. I did feel the mystery as to how Aygness Deyn got dragged into this was revealed when in 2012, as she suddenly after a whirlwind romance of 3 months (according to their PR reps…), married talented but very strange prominent Scientologist actor, Giovanni Ribisi. Agyness has found love in a hopeless place, too, see, they are soul sisters. It all makes sense now. To them, not me.
   The root cause of drug use, sexual acting out, desire to repeat destructive patterns always begins at home. If you want to view both nature as well as nurture as participants, Robyn Rihanna Fenty got screwed up right at the beginning. Her mother, Monica Braithwaite, an Afro-Guyanese accountant taught her how to make really bad choices when looking for love, as she chose Rihanna’s father; a real stand up guy capable of providing a stable family home life as her father. His name is Ronald Fenty, he claims to be a warehouse supervisor of Barbadian & Irish heritage. (I say claims to be means as he is not known for telling the truth.)
    This is how epically bad providing her daughter with Ronald Fenty as her father was, Robyn Rihanna wasn’t exactly his beloved & adored only child. Rihanna already had, prior to birth 2 brothers, 2 half-sisters & a half-brother from her father’s side, each born by different mothers from his previous relationships. Obviously he was not into birth control. That is a lot of women & a lot of kids. Growing up in a three-bedroom bungalow in Bridgetown, selling clothes with her father at a street stall, well you can’t say he didn’t spend anytime with her. She was free child labor, exploited from the start.
    In addition, guess what else Ronald Fenty liked besides sex, exploiting his kids for cash, because you know what comes next. Her father was addicted to crack cocaine, alcohol as well as marijuana. That did not bode well in the long term for the turbulent marriage of her parents which ended when she was 14. So you can add child abandonment to the list of his great qualities. When you have that
kind of upbringing, you have all sorts of issues & to the extent that addiction is often multi-generational, Robyn Rihanna had been dealt a bad set of cards. 
    2 years later, now 16 year old Robyn eventually known by simply “Rihanna” luck suddenly changed when a singer/songwriter/producer duo visited Barbados, snapped her up & brought her to the United States to “pursue a recording career” under their guidance. That means they would make money as the scouts, if the product sold. Which it did, they had been in the game a long time. She subsequently signed a contract with Def Jam Recordings, owned & operated by by none other than Shawn Corey Carter, better known by his stage name JayZ. 
   Now the universe of Shawn Corey Carter is like a galaxy far far away from her early years as a teenager from Barbados as you could possibly get. The highest achievement possible in the world she wanted to exist, a star flashing across the rarefied air of the place where A List party invites are a given, designer clothing is swag, private airplanes, things that money can’t buy, everything is possible once Jay-Z has anointed you as his protege. He is one of the most financially successful hip hop artists as well as entrepreneurs in America,  having a net worth of at least a half a billion (& that is before he married his true love triple threat Beyoncé.) 
He adored her, he signed her at her audition, they most definitely had a fling, & he organized her career into phases. First phase was as a Good Girl-she was, after all an underage teen. Her first big hit was innocuous, “Pon de Replay”, the story line was a girl who wanted to just get into a dance club. Once she got there, she pleaded, please Mr. DJ, turn the music up. Play that song again. It was a hit, “Pon de Replay” ascended into the top ten of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at number nine on the issue dated July 16, 2005, & became the “Greatest Airplay Gainer” that week. Rihanna was a success right out of the box.
 The next phase was to take advantage of her looks & sexuality now that she was street legal, Rihanna had turned 18: Good Girl Gone Bad. The music & videos were more explicit, suggestive as well as edgy. The album’s lead single, “Umbrella”, topped the charts in thirteen countries. She was hitting superstardom at a dizzying pace, only 2 years before she was in Barbados dreaming of a better life with no way out. No matter how she dressed, where she went, she was carrying a lot of emotional baggage & pain. If you want to see the real Robyn Rihanna Fenty, watch her video performance of  one of the songs from “Good Girl Gone Bad”, Disturbia. That is her showing the scars on the inside on the outside. Here is a link to it on youtube:  
 That song wasn’t the big hit “Umbrella”  became, that is her true inner self, expressing all the pain inside. Looking the way she feels. I don’t want to get into copyright issues, but a few lines should be okay. “What’s wrong with me, Why do I feel like this, I am going crazy now…All my life on my head, Don’t want to think about it, Feels like I’m going insane..A disease of the mind, It can control you, I feel like a monster…” 
   Rihanna knows she has serious emotional problems, she knows she need help, she just can’t save herself. That video sums it all up. She is in the City of Wonder, but everything is all wrong inside her head. She is going insane, she feels like a monster not a beautiful talented rich successful super star.
    So why is she so drawn to Christopher Maurice Brown, professionally known as “Chris Brown”? Well, for one thing he is a very good singer, songwriter, rapper, dancer & actor. He is rich, good looking & successful. Hate him all you want as a person, he is very talented as an artist. His single, “Forever” perceived as a dreamy love song was so popular it was the first choice at many weddings. The lyrics are so compelling: “I’m gonna take you there, So don’t be scared, I’m right here baby,We can go anywhere….It’s like I’ve waited my whole life for this one night…It’s gonna be me you & the dance floor..Forever.” The part that appealed to Rihanna is in there, but no one seemed to get it,  he was only offering that one fantasy night; “Forever” is not a love song, it is about something else entirely.
   “Feels like we’re on another level, Feels like our loves intertwined, We can be two rebels breaking the rules, me and you, you and I..” Now you are talking about something Rihanna is attracted to, a rebel, a life lived on another level others don’t understand, a rule breaker, someone you are fatally intertwined with, Christopher Maurice Brown uses drugs, is unfaithful, beats her: he is her perfect choice. He is Daddy, with money, talent, fortune & fame. They are living on another level, two rebels breaking all the rules. This is her dream romance. It isn’t going to stop until she is dead.
   She knows he has done terrible, unforgivable things, not just to her, but to others. Her attitude is best expressed in her duet with Eminem, “Love The Way You Lie”, which is a song that explains that domestic violence is inevitable if you have 2 people involved who want to be in that kind of a relationship. Eminem sings “It’s so insane cause when it’s going good, It’s going greatI’m Superman with the wind at his back, she’s Lois Lane, But when it’s bad it’s awful, I feel so ashamed I snapped, Who’s that dude? I don’t even know his name, I laid hands on her, I’ll never stoop so low again… (and I really mean it this time)I guess I don’t know my own strength…
Rihanna replies: Just gonna stand there and watch me burn, But that’s alright because I like the way it hurts, Just gonna stand there and hear me cry, But that’s alright because I love the way you lie..”
   Rihanna knows what Chris Brown is, she knows what is going on, she feels she deserves his abuse, it makes sense to her. She has no self esteem whatsoever, & as long as he will have her, she will be there. Her mission statement: “It’s like you’re screaming, and no one can hear,You almost feel ashamed, that someone could be that important – that without them, you feel like nothing. No one will ever understand how much it hurts. You feel hopeless; like nothing can save you. And when it’s over, and it’s gone, you almost wish that you could have all that bad stuff back – so that you could have the good.” She wants him back, at any cost. Even her life. Romeo & Juliet, it always ends badly.
   Now that Oprah is involved, this is ratings gold. Michael Jackson was more famous once he was dead. She is not coming in to help save Rihanna, she wants to increase her viewers.