She certainly isn’t shy when it comes to modelling.
But now Rihanna has gone topless for a magazine shoot for the second time this month, this time stripping off for French magazine Lui.
The shoot comes after the 26-year-old took her clothes off for Vogue Brazil, which hit the shelves just last week.
Rihanna’s face is barely visible on the cover, with a large denim hat keeping her green eyes in the shade. Clasping a beverage with long talon-like nails, the What’s My Name? singer is leaning back on a chair wearing just the bottom half of a pink bikini.
It is less than a week after the singer was seen stripping down to her underwear for a glossy shoot in Vogue Brazil.
Rihanna proudly shared the image on her Twitter and Instagram pages, tweeting: ‘I am the G in Vogue!! Is it too late now?’ referring to the fact her head covers up one of the letters in the magazine’s logo.
The Stay hit-maker’s second cover shows her topless while smouldering at the camera with a short crop of wild, dark curls.
But it’s not just Rihanna’s risque photoshoots that has seen the pop star cause controversy.
The singer has been hit with a lawsuit from Geoffrey Keating, from Dublin, who claims the popstar made ‘nauseatingly offensive’ and false statements about him in an email sent to him and his wife last July.
He also claims the star used the same defamatory allegations via a telephone call to his sister.
Mr Keating, who worked for Rihanna on her Diamonds tour between October 2012 and July 2013, claims the comments have tarnished his reputation and damaged the future of his business.
The former bodyguard is seeking damages against the brunette beauty and he also wants her to publish a correction of the alleged defamation.
His lawyer, Gerald Kean, was granted permission yesterday to serve the singer with the legal papers at her home in New York City.
Mr Kean told TMZ.com: ‘We’re taking this battle very seriously. We are satisfied that the Irish Courts will see justice at the end of the day.’ (Daily Mail)
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