“‘People have to take some responsibility because we’ve got to a point where over-sexualisation of young children has gone too far,’ the Mirror reported. I think music is a big part of that. Women in music, very successful women, are extremely sexual and they have young fans. It is inappropriate. Rihanna has responsibility and although culture’s always changing, it’s changed too much. It needs to be dealt with. It’s reached saturation point, we owe it to our kids to protect them.”
— Ex-Spice Girl Mel C, aka “Sporty Spice” (thrusting her crotch out all the way to the left), criticized the sexualization of female pop stars, Rihanna in particular, in the UK’s Mirror.