Yeah, right. These two equatorial hot boxes make Henry Miller’s “Tropic of Cancer” look like child’s play.
Between the furtive winks, come-hither stares and sexually charged body language, the three-and-a-half minute video is an allegory of lust and passion.
It’s obsessive, all-consuming love between a woman, a man and a woman–and not necessarily in that order.
“The song is about that guy that just gets under your skin and you can’t leave alone,” Shakira told Ryan Seacrest in a recent interview. “I think every woman has been through that.”
But not like this.
Rihanna and Shakira are nothing, if not emblematic of eroticism, from their BDSM-inspired, next-to-nothing costumes, to their sexually suggestive sucking on over-sized Cuban cigars.
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