Rihanna forced to relocate shoot

    Rihanna had a minor hitch in shooting the video for "We Found Love" when she was kicked off of her own set!

    The BBC reports that Rihanna was walking amongst the grain at a farm in Ireland when farmer Alan Graham put an immediate stop to production on Monday because of her semi-skimpy wardrobe. Alan was seemingly offended that Rihanna was shooting in a handkerchief bikini partially covered by jeans and a big flannel shirt.

    "I have an ethos and I felt it was inappropriate," he told the BBC. "I requested them to stop and they did."

    The farmer had casually given Rihanna and her production crew permission to shoot in his field, but he didn’t know much about her as an artist—particularly her penchant for revealing costumes. There was no formal agreement for the use of his land.

    Supposedly, though, Rihanna and the farmer parted on good terms before she moved on to film the rest of the video at a different locale. "I wish no ill will against Rihanna and her friends," Alan claimed. "Perhaps they could acquaint themselves with a greater God."

    Perhaps it’s a good thing that she left before she switched into her other outfit for the video, which was a crocheted crop top that left little to the imagination since her bare breasts were visible beneath the shirt. A shot of her topless on the set has also surfaced on TheYBF.com.

    Check out Rihanna on the set (just moments before she was asked to leave) when you watch the video below. Fans gathered at the set didn’t seem to mind her bikini ensemble.



    —Sonya Eskridge





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