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Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott / Vogue 1 / 8

Sorry, folks, but there's no diva showdown between Rihanna and Beyonce.

The two women are certainly at the top of the pop diva totem pole, but that doesn't mean they are competing for any type of crown.

RiRi spoke to Vogue magazine about the nonexistent rivalry, saying that she wasn't concerned when Bey dropped her single "Formation" directly following Rihanna's Anti album release.

"Here's the deal," she told the publication. "[People] just get so excited to feast on something that's negative. Something that's competitive. Something that's, you know, a rivalry. And that's just not what I wake up to. Because I can only do me. And nobody else is going to be able to do that."

Rihanna's no-nonsense approach has certainly made her a fan favorite, as well as her music… But so has her style, something she is unapologetic about.

When asked about the revealing dress she wore to the CFDA Awards in 2014, one that showed her nipples, Rihanna said, "I just liked it better without the lines underneath. Could you imagine the CFDA dress with a bra?

"I would slice my throat. I already wanted to, for wearing a thong that wasn't bedazzled. That's the only regret I have in my life."

Rihanna's style certainly knows no limits, although she can also class it up as she did in December when she stunned in a champagne-hued Dior Haute Couture gown at the Diamond Ball charity event.

Drake sure seems to like just about any look Rihanna is donning these days!

When it comes to casual wear, though, the "Umbrella" singer said she wants to push the boundaries with her Puma fashion line, as many of the designs are unisex.

"I always wanted to do what my brothers were doing," she said. "I always wanted to play the games they played and play rough and wear pants and go outside.

"Women feel empowered when they can do the things that are supposed to be only for men, you know? It breaks boundaries, it's liberating, and it's empowering when you feel like, Well, I can do that, too."