Adding on to her long list of accomplishments, Rihanna was chosen to cover the September issue of British Vogue making her the first Black woman to grace the cover of the prestigious fashion magazine. Due to her fearless persona and signature style, Edward Enninful, British Vogue‘s editor-in-chief found Riri to be the perfect choice for his first project with the pub as its first Black editor. Dueled history, it is.

The beauty tycoon was photographed by esteemed photographer Nick Knight where she is seen rocking Prada, Loewe, Alexander McQueen, and her own Savage X Fenty body and proceeds to delve into a dialogue about many things from relationships to body positivity.

When asked by British Vogue about why she tends to have a magnetic effect upon women, the megastar humbly replied with witticism, “Okay, you’re asking the wrong person,” and targeted her profound physique. “I don’t know, maybe it’s because I’m ‘thicc’ now,” she remarked. “I don’t know.”

It is impossible to ignore the coming of Rihanna’s profound physique, one Vogue concludes as the reason many women are head over heels for the Bajan star. She surely plans on heading back into the gym, being an artist who is known to always embrace her frame she fears she will lose her plump rear and heavy top. “I’m about to get back into the gym and stuff, and I hope I don’t lose my butt or my hips or all of my thighs,” she said. “I’ll lose some but not all. And I think of my boobs, like, ‘Imma lose everything, everything goes!’ ” Yet, the “Man Down” songbird understands the consequence of obtaining such curves. “But, you know, it comes with a price. You want to have a butt, then you have a gut.”

With Rihanna’s dating life being in the public eye, advice on the subject is sensible. When it comes to getting into a relationship with a man, Riri finds importance in accepting a person for who they are before making the decision to grow with them.

“I think a lot of people meet people and then they’re dating the idea of what the person could become, and that person never shows up and then they’re just mad disappointed,” she said. “A person can always get better, they can always get worse, but you’ve got to be fine with what you met them as.”