Rihanna won't let up and she makes that very clear in the November 2013 issue of Glamour magazine.
Opening up in an in-depth interview, the "What Now" entertainer says haters can keep "knocking away," trying to knock her down, but it won't work.
"I can’t run from it. You can’t change who you are. It’s important for me to know who I am and work with that. They’re gonna keep knocking away until all this comes crashing down. But I’m not gonna ever crash. I’m in control," Rihanna told Glamour in an excerpt.
Rihanna's words come just days after Teyana Taylor accused her of cyber bullying.
"I do think she's a cyber bully. I really do," Taylor told Hot 97 during an interview last week. "I think she's a cyber bully. I think she has dope music… She's a pretty girl. But that don't mean that you can just bully anybody. It don't work like that."
According to Rihanna, people don't understand who she is and that's fine because she has an idea of who she is as Robyn, not Rihanna Fenty.
"I know I am [misunderstood]. That’s why it’s important for me to know who I am. There’s no way for people to know me. All they have are a couple of pictures and some crazy headlines to go off of," Rihanna told Glamour. "Rihanna, that tends to be people’s own [creation]. Robyn is who I am. Rihanna — that’s an idea of who I am. Music helps me tell my story. That’s where I can really be heard. But there’s so much focus on the things that aren’t music."
For Rihanna's full story pick up the November issue of Glamour, which is available now.