It's a no, Heff!

Whilst it has undoubtedly catapulted some minor C-listers to epic, stellar levels of celebrity-dom, appearing naked for Playboy magazine, i.e., gracing it's cover in little more than your modesty has also resulted in some stars being seen as a being a little too easy (on the eye.) One such existential dilemma over the nature of public identity has been plaguing Rihanna recently.

The Huffington Post reports that the 'Rude Boy' and 'Disturbia' singer has been on the receiving end of lots of offers from Heff's magazine but has rejected all of them on the grounds that if/when she decides to strip off, it will be done in a refined and dignified way.

'I got a few offers to do Playboy actually. They want to pay [me] to be naked on the cover,' she said.'If I'm gonna take my clothes off, it has to be in a classy way and my will, not a check. I wouldn't take any money to do that.'

Some of us wouldn't sniff at a nice big cheque. Just in case Playboy decides to go a little down-market.

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