R&B star Rihanna has revealed a new duet with the ex-boyfriend* who beat her horribly on the eve of the 2009 Grammy Awards. The new Rihanna duet with the man who assaulted her is titled “Nobodies Business”, which is obviously a slap in the face to those who have accused Rihanna of setting a bad example by intimately associating with a man who beat the holy hell out of her.
The “Nobodies Business” duet is part of the official track list off Rihanna’s upcoming album Unapologetic. Rihanna sent the list out to her fans via Twitter. This is not the first time Rihanna has sent out a musical f**k you to domestic violence advocates who have begged her to stay away from the man who made her look like a bad Halloween makeup victim. Rihanna and the man who beat the crap out of her got together on a remix of her song “Birthday Cake” earlier this year.
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An Irish farmer freaked out when he found Rihanna topless in his field while shooting a music video for her new song, “We Found Love.” The farmer had agreed to allowed Rihanna to film in his grain field, but shut down production when he spied the singer stripping off her top.
During the video shoot, Rihanna changed from wearing a flannel shirt to a bandana bikini to a red bra and finally to going totally topless. Farmer Alan Graham was definitely not pleased about Rihanna going half-naked in his field.
“The state of undress was becoming inappropriate,” Graham told the BBC.Â “It became apparent to me that the situation was becoming inappropriate and I requested them to stop and they did stop.”
â€œThe filming was taking place on my land and I have an ethos and I felt that that was inappropriate and thatâ€™s why I requested it to stop and I do think the shoot did end then,” the Irish farmer said. Rihanna’s fame certainly didn’t stop him from speaking out.Â In fact, he claims heÂ didn’t even know who she was. â€œI did not know on Friday who was coming, but if the name Rihanna had have been mentioned to me the name would have meant nothing to me.”
â€œI had my conversation with Rihanna regarding that and I hope she understands where Iâ€™m coming from and we shook hands and we parted company on good enough terms,” Graham said. “I wish no ill will against Rihanna and her friends. Perhaps they could acquaint themselves with a greater God,” the farmer concluded.