Rihanna Shoots Topless Music Video in Northern Ireland, Farmer Objects


Rihanna has stripped down to bikinis and other revealing outfits while shooting music videos, but she reportedly went topless on the set (a farm) of her new music video in Northern Ireland, prompting the owner of the farm to tell her to cover up.

The BBC reports that the farmer, Alan Graham, drove up to the scantily-clad singer on his tractor on Monday and told her it was "inappropriate" to show so much skin. Rihanna was filming the video for 'We Found Love' in a field on Graham's farm in Bangor, Northern Ireland.

"From my point of view, it was my land, I have an ethos and I felt it was inappropriate," Graham said.

According to The Sun newspaper, Graham visited the set and appeared not to object to the fully-clothed star's antics. He became upset when he returned later on his tractor and she "flashed her breasts."

"I requested them to stop and they did … I had my conversation with Rihanna and I hope she understands where I'm coming from. We shook hands," said Graham.

Graham admitted he did not know who Rihanna was, but had allowed her to film on his farm, for which no payment had been made, after he got a phone call last week.

However, in a BBC interview after the incident, Graham said he "did not object to her outfit" and those claims were "an exaggeration." Instead, the farmer said that he felt the shoot became inappropriate when the crew moved from his property and close to a public road.

The pop star continued filming the music video in Belfast yesterday after being asked to leave the field, The Sun reported.


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