Rihanna and Drake used to be couple goals, but now, they're not even friends.

Rihanna revealed the status of her relationship with Drizzy during her cover interview with Vogue. His infamous speech about her during the 2016 VMAs was an awkward moment for her.

"The VMAs is such a fan-focused awards show, so having that energy around me, and knowing the people who had received the award in the past, made it feel like a big deal," said Rihanna. "Waiting through that speech was probably the most uncomfortable part. I don’t like too many compliments; I don’t like to be put on blast.”

When writer Chioma Nnadi asked where they stood, the 30-year-old replied, "We don’t have a friendship now, but we’re not enemies either. It is what it is.”


In lighter news, the Barbados native revealed she wants to do a reggae album.

There is no word on who her collaborators will be, but producer Supa Dups is on a shortlist of possibilities. Supa has worked with reggae giants like Beenie Man, Sean Paul and Elephant Man.

Rih Rih also expressed her admiration for her favorite reggae artist, Bob Marley.

“I’m gonna sound like a real tourist when I tell you my top Bob songs,” she said. “Three Little Birds,” “No Woman, No Cry” and “Redemption Song.”

Another favorite is “Buffalo Song” because the song touches Rihanna “on a deeply personal level. The song’s theme of upheaval and displacement is a familiar refrain for the singer, who was whisked away from Barbados to New York within months of being discovered by record producer Evan Rogers at the tender age of sixteen.”

We can't wait to dutty wine to some Rih reggae.