Rihanna has posted her naughtiest photo yet, with a naked stripper between her legs. The singer tweeted “I feel a sin comin on” before heading off to a local strip club with her friends.
Shortly afterwards, the 24-year-old popstar had a naked woman writhing between her legs with hands over her breasts and notes stuffed into her mouth, the Mirror reported.
Rihanna captioned the picture by writing “Bands ah make her dance,” which is a lyric by Juicy J.
Rihanna was criticised for posting similar photos earlier this year in New York, with the star seen slipping notes into a stripper''s bejewelled behind.
The Love The Way You Lie singer has been on a racy Twitter spree, delighting many fans and earning flak from many users on Twitter.
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Vivienne Hayes, chief executive of the Women's Resource Centre, said, "Rihanna's case demonstrates the emotional complexities felt by women locked in abusive relationships.
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The chart-toppers, who were rumoured to have casually dated recently, will battle it out in the Video Of The Year category for We Found Love and Drake’s Take Care, which features Rihanna.
They will be competing against Gotye’s Somebody That I Used To Know, Katy Perry’s Wide Awake and M.I.A’s Bad Girls, the Sun reported.
Shockingly, Lady Gaga wasn’t for a single gong, even though her Marry The Night and You And I videos were eligible.
Rihanna was nominated for ‘Best Female Video’, ‘Best Pop Video’, ‘Best Choreography’ and ‘Best Visual Effects’, while Drake will be hoping to bag ‘Best Hip-Hop Video’, ‘Best Male Video’, ‘Best Art Direction’ and ‘Best Cinematography’.
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(With additional inputs)