Rihanna has stripped off again for her hardcore new X-rated video. The provocative star leaves nothing to the imagination as she wears just a see-through negligee, heels and a thong in the promo for Needed Me, directed by cult filmmaker Harmony Korine.
As well as showing off her many tattoos and her breasts in the video, which debuted online on Wednesday 20Apr16, Rihanna gets violent in the promo, walking through a strip club with a loaded revolver and shooting a tattooed customer three times at close range. Rihanna’s new tune, which is filled with expletives and the N-word, serves as the soundtrack to the hard-hitting mini-film, masterminded by Korrine, the man behind hit movies Spring Breakers, Kids and Gummo. Korrine has previously shot videos for The Black Keys and Sonic Youth.
Rihanna also went topless in her last video for Work, dancing suggestively for rapper Drake in a sheer top which left her breasts clearly exposed. The promo was one of two racy videos for her chart-topping hit. In the other, the sexy R&B star danced and twerked in a nightclub as fellow revellers smoke joints and sip alcohol. Rihanna, who celebrated her 28th birthday in February, has never had issues with public nudity, often appearing naked in magazines and on covers – and she loves to post risque images of herself on social media.
The Barbados beauty also likes to show off her curves on the red carpet in revealing outfits, most notably letting it all hang out at the Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards in 2014, when she wore a sheer, full-length Adam Selman dress to accept the Fashion Icon of the Year prize. She also set the Internet alight in 2014 with a revealing photospread for French magazine lui. Appearing completely naked in a series of poolside shots taken by Mario Sorrenti, Rihanna also appeared sweaty and topless on the cover – a shot she posted onto her Instagram page, which prompted bosses at the image-sharing website to threaten to pull her account if she kept testing their nudity policies.
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