Rihanna made waves at New York Fashion Week when she walked the red carpet in an ensemble that led very little to the imagination, and some people are now accusing her of getting breast implants.
The music star was unveiling her new Fenty beauty line and wore a bright yellow two-piece shirt and skirt, according to the Daily Mail. The skirt featured a high slit, which showed off her thigh-high lacy sandals.
But, it was her slightly sheer crop top that turned heads. Wearing the shirt sans bra, she showed off all of her assets.
This isn't out of character for the 29-year-old pop star. In a 2014 interview, she admitted that she avoids bras whenever possible.
"If I'm wearing a top, I don't wear a bra. If I'm wearing a bra, I just wear a bra," she said.
She again maintained her firm no-bra stance just hours before unveiling her yellow co-ord dress at New York Fashion Week.
Some commenters online, however, accused her of having work done on her breasts.
"It looks like she got her breasts done??" questioned one user online.
"Since when did she have boobs?" asked another.
In an interview with Elle magazine, she fielded questions from fans asking about her bold choice of fashion. One fan, Laverne, asked about her controversial dress at the CFDA Awards, where she wore a completely sheer dress that showed off her breasts.
"You've had so many iconic fashion moments and take so many risks," the fan asks, according to the Mirror. "The iconic CFDA Awards Adam Selman dress in 2014 -- what gave you the courage to take that risk that was so perfect and elegant yet daring?"
Rihanna responded: "Dear Laverne, I took advantage of my t*tties before they go south. I saw my window, and I took it."
The star's makeup line, Fenty, debuts Sept. 8 online and in Sephora stores. The collection includes everything from foundation to lip gloss, according to Time. Many of the products have names that reflect the star's brash personality, including shades entitled "Trophy Wife" and "Chili Mango."
The line is meant to be a celebration of diversity and includes 40 different foundation shades for a variety of skin tones.
"Gotta represent for my girls and we come in all shades!" Rihanna wrote in a private message to a fan over Instagram. "Especially my brown sisters...been left out too many times in the makeup world!"
On the Fenty website, she touts a similar message.
"Fenty Beauty was created for everyone: For women of all shades, personalities, attitudes, cultures, and races," she writes. "I wanted everyone to feel included. That's the real reason I made this line."