She was spotted rocking a short blue ‘do just hours before, but on Friday evening Rihanna returned to her roots as she enjoyed a night out in New York. Hitting a club in the city’s trendy Meatpacking district, the 27-year-old pop star revealed that the quirky blue haircut she was seen sporting earlier on that day was in fact a wig. Putting on a leggy display in a white slip dress, the Diamonds chart-topper flaunted her lithe pins and toned frame the tiny ensemble.
Rihanna balanced the line between being playful and flirtatious during a photo shoot in Hollywood on Thursday night. The 27-year-old embraced her sexpot image as she blew bubbles with pink chewing gum inside Milk Studios, donning an off-the-shoulder grey top that exposed her diamond choker. Her raven black hair piled up into messy and bedhead curls, the songbird pouted her lips as she exhaled into a yellow bubble wand.
Always on the cutting edge of fashion, Rihanna revealed her latest look on Friday as she strolled through Manhattan to make it to a friend’s wedding.
RiRi cut a low-key figure as she strolled through New York City in jeans, a black hoodie and sunglasses as she was spotted before attending the wedding of her friend, Sony Benson, who tied the knot with Jim Markey.
Rihanna seen leaving the dentist office in West Village
Rihanna appeared at a special Tidal event in Los Angeles. I have added 30+ photos from this event, check them in our photo gallery. All of them are untagged.
Rihanna released a new explicit video on Wednesday night for her single B**** Better Have My Money. The seven-minute video was rated for mature audiences for its language, nudity and violence. Rihanna, 27, co-directed the racy video with the French collective MegaForce.
To give you the back history: Back in 2008, there was a rumor circulating the Internet that claimed despite the success of Rihanna’s “Umbrella” single and her Good Girl Gone Bad album, she was going broke with roughly $20,000 to her name. Allegedly her manager used up a lot of her money to fund her own videos because he wanted to break her into the world-wide market and Def Jam wasn’t seeing the vision initially. Her former business manager Patricia Williams at the time said in a statement to Page Six:
I don’t want to disrespect Marc’s name. He is a fantastic manager and genuinely believes in Rihanna. But he uses her money to fund her future projects because he believes he can break her in the world-market. Her album sales are not nearly as close to her single sales and he knows that if she is only known as a ‘singles artist’ she will only be as good as her last hit. Unfortunately, he didn’t inform his client and I’m receiving the brunt of it.
Watch B*** Better Have My Money by Rihanna (WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT)