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12 Ways Toronto Girls Are Basically Rihanna In BBHMM

Let's be honest — T.O. girls are dope. They get shout-outs from Drake, turn up with the Weeknd (Abel to them) and go up in the club on Tuesdays. It's no wonder guys in the city have trouble staying true to their significant others — girls here are on another level.

You could even go so far as to say they're like RiRi in her new 'Bitch Better Have My Money' video. Ok, maybe not kill-you-for-your-money bad, but close enough. Here are 12 reasons to prove it. 

1. They're bad bitches.

2. Like, really bad bitches.

3. Who hang out with other bad bitches.

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4. That you don't want to mess with.

5. Like, ever.

6. They hustle hard.

7. And make their money.

8. But they also know how to get hella turnt.

Photo cred — Giphy

9. They don't care what you think.

10. And they don't like your crew.

11. They don't take crap from no one.

12. So don't owe them money. 

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