Seems like RiRi and Rocky are a match made at the Met and in heaven since he doesn't seem to be the kind of man who turns the 33-year-old billionaire entertainment mogul off, which she described in the new interview as "a man that doesn't smell good and sits on his ass all day," she said, adding, "There's so many opportunities out there. You've got to go find one or make one."
The 32-year-old A$AP Mob rapper has had plenty of opportunities to perform at the latest music festivals, from July's Rolling Loud Miami he co-headlined to last weekend's Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas to this coming weekend's Governors Ball in New York, where he's listed as one of the headliners.
Rocky also gushed about feeling "truly blessed" to have his Rihanna's support in his life on the red carpet of his documentary Stockholm Syndrome, which premiered at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival earlier this summer. The film documents Rocky's rise to fame and monthlong imprisonment in Sweden on an assault charge stemming from a 2019 street altercation that sparked the star-studded #FreeRocky movement in July 2019. He emphasized how it was "important having that support in real life" when it comes to his superstar girlfriend. "It's amazing and I'm honestly truly blessed, for real."