As soon as Rihanna touched down in Paris, she hit up a sex shop and didn’t ask for any assistance!
The "We Found Love" singer knew exactly what she came in for and that list consisted of toys, French panties, sexy leather handcuffs and of course, scented candles and bath-oils.
The Sun reports that the Bajan princess spent equivalent to about $1,580 in about five minutes at the scandalously named Lovestore.
A fan decided to tweet Rihanna about the reported shopping spree and Rihanna responded:
"Yea right!!!! I barely had 5 mins to eat!!! Food!"
Rihanna was also spotted leaving her hotel in Paris, holding onto famed photographer Ellen Von Unwerth’s x-rated photobook, Omahyra & Boyd. The book features graphic sexual photos including women in bondage and lesbian action.
Feeling naughty RiRi?
MTV caught up with director Melina Matsoukas who shot Rihanna’s latest video for "We Found Love." The club banger is currently number one on the charts and iTunes and has over 6 million plays on the official video on Vevo!
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Matsoukas spoke about her decision to cast the Chris Brown look-a-like, Dudley O’Shaughnessy, as Rihanna’s sexy lover in the video. She said it was all Rihanna’s decision because she wanted someone she’d be attracted to.
"I mean, in the casting she was like, 'You just need to find me some hot a** guy ... so then he had to be somebody she found attractive. I loved him! He's so cute! His look is gorgeous and then he was just an amazing actor and he really brought out in her an amazing performance,It felt natural. It was like watching a love story on the monitor."
Matsoukas also spoke about the provocative shots and drug use in the video, saying:
"There's a lot of comparisons to her real life, and that's not at all the intention.We love, obviously, to do provocative imagery ... we always try to definitely push the limits. I think because, in the end, it's not really at all about domestic violence. It's really just about it being toxic, and they're on this drug trip and that definitely plays a part, but I think it's also about being triumphant over those weaknesses, and she leaves him. It's not trying to glorify that type of relationship. The bad parts of it, that's what you don't want. In the end, her leaving, it represents her getting that out of her life. The drugs and the addiction and the toxic — that's what brings her downfall and brings a lot of harm."
Check out more at MTV.