|Posted by Admin on December 15, 2014 at 10:00 AM|
Brad Pitt had a great time introducing Rihanna's performance at the singer's Diamond Ball charity gala in Beverly Hills.
According to EOnline, with a photo of a Rihanna flashing on large screens next to the stage, Pitt jokingly said, "I've often asked the very questions you yourself are asking right now—what the f--k went wrong?
"I give you exhibit A," he said. "Look at the young girl before you, all full of hopes and dreams, living a humble existence in Barbados, her whole life ahead of her." Pitt said Rihanna landed in New York City at just 16 years old, but "soon fell in with a bad crowd led by the dubious and nefarious character known as The Jay-Z."
"For those you not in the know, The Jay Z was an evil impresario known for turning out hit records and ripping insane lyrics and fresh beats," he said as the room erupted with laughter. "Needless to say it was all downhill from there."
Pitt didn't stop there.
He listed Rihanna's many accomplishments, including selling 54 millions albums, winning seven Grammys and having "only 90 million Facebook fans and 40 million Twitter followers".
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