X-Factor star Rebecca Ferguson has criticised Rihanna for not portraying a good image to teenage girls.
The singer said that she wouldn't let her children listen to the popstar, as she doesn't see her as the type of role model she'd want for them.
"I wouldn't let my daughter watch her. As a woman, I want to teach my daughter that a man should love you for who you are.
Continuing: "They should love you for you as a person, not for how you dress - and you don't have to be a sexual thing to a man."
Rihanna has recieved complaints from Anti-Rape Groups for her new music video for 'We Found Love'.
In her interview with Yahoo, Ferguson added: "[Rihanna] can say 'I've got no kids', but if you want that lifestyle and you want that money, ultimately you are influencing generations and you have to remember that. They will copy you. Popstars should think of their audience."
You can watch the video to Ferguson's debut single 'Nothing's Real But Love' below: