Rihanna: Birthday Cake Meaning
Song Released: 2011
Birthday Cake Lyrics
Come and put ya name on it, your name.
Betcha wanna put your name on it, cha name on it.
Come and put ya name on it.
It's not even my birthday (my birthday).
But he wanna lick the...
anonymous Jan 13th, 2013 1:17am report
Rihanna is basically saying that she knows you want to batter your face in between her ass cheeks and put your tongue in her vagina and slurp the vaginal fluids that she is releasing from her dripping, soaked pussy. At least that's what I hear...and dream of. Lol ;)
anonymous May 10th, 2013 5:28pm report
You guys are all wrong!! Rihanna uses the word "Cake" for her ass! Lol but she's amazing! Yeah she may be dirty but shes such a sweet heart with an amazing personallity! But atleast you guys tried to guess:)
anonymous Jun 14th, 6:17pm report
Her cake is her Ass & Quimm,
Your name on it , She wants him to tattoo that ass!
Eat her cake and make him hers !
anonymous Feb 16th, 2017 2:47am report
Come and put your name on it:
"Come" meaning: sperm or c*m
and put your "name" on it:
your name = your DNA, identifies who you are, your genetic name
"on it"= externally; not 'in' it, hence the icing part
anonymous Aug 1st, 2016 8:28am report
Cake is vagina. He wanna do her right now. He wants to put his tongue inside her.
anonymous Sep 16th, 2015 9:34pm report
The song is about him giving her oral sex after he's had sex and released inside of her.. The "icing" is his seminal fluid as if it were a birthday cake and she's making him eat it out and at the same time, making him her b*tch...
anonymous Jun 24th, 2014 6:38pm report
Cake is a euphemism for booty as in literally ass cheeks. Booty is a synonym for sex.
Cake DOES NOT MEAN VAGINA.
source: I know ebonics.
anonymous Sep 19th, 2013 9:24am report
does this really need interpreting? honestly?
anonymous Jun 14th, 2013 6:33pm report
What Rihanna is saying about cake is her vagina. Chris is talking about licking inside of her. His line girl I want to fuck you right now well everyone already knows what that means. It's a song about Rihanna and Chris Brown having oral sex. I hear people telling me Rihanna actually likes to eat birthday cake. Not really. it's really talking about sex. If you are that crazy to not know that someone seriously needs to slap some sense into your brain.
anonymous Dec 20th, 2012 12:32pm report
This song is about Rihanna's vagina and how Chris Brown wants that "cake cake cake cake cake" (cake = vagina)
anonymous Oct 4th, 2012 10:47pm report
it is basically about sex and a vagina
anonymous Jun 14th, 2012 6:25pm report
Typical Rihanna.Shes talking about have dirty hard core sex with Chris Brown.The song was made shortly after her Birthday.
anonymous Jun 4th, 2012 6:54am report
Sweet edibles are often euphemisms for erotic themes. Led Zeppelin sets strong precedence with their song Custard Pie and I'm sure we all know what a cream pie is.
With this in mind I strongly feel that cake as Rhianna uses the word means vagina, and the icing would be the semen deposited there post orgasmic event.
This is the conclusion I postulate.
anonymous May 23rd, 2012 5:32pm report
Love Rihanna and this song! With so many lyrics and songs from male rapper about receiving oral sex (lil wayne "lollipop") it's nice to see a girl assert her own sexuality when it comes to the subject. After all, sex is a two way street!!!
anonymous May 2nd, 2012 5:57pm report
I believe she is in a bed having hard core sex
anonymous Jan 23rd, 2012 1:42am report
Im thinking more oral sex related 'i know you wanna bite this..' and 'he wanna lick the icing off'
Mizz_JuiciFruit Dec 20th, 2011 12:38pm report
Birthday Cake, another genius song from Rihanna’s “Talk That Talk” album, is another SEX song. If you really thought, she was talking about birthday cake, go run into a cactus. This long, gone good girl is talking about how she is receiving sex that can be equivalent to the sex people receive on their birthday, which is supposed to be mind-blowing.
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