Rihanna Told to Cover Up by Irish Farmer

The multi-million selling R&B star filmed the next segment of her latest video in amongst the New Lodge flats. An Irish farmer who had given Rihanna permission to use his grain field to film her new music video shut down the production on Monday and chastised the pop singer for her "inappropriate" wardrobe.

Alan Graham, who had agreed to let the pop star shoot on his land in Ireland without knowing who she was, said he decided to put a stop to things when he spotted a topless Rihanna dancing in the open field. Rihanna was recording a video for We Found Love with Scottish DJ Calvin Harris in a muddy barley field near Bangor, Co Down - ahead of three sell-out shows at Belfast's Odyssey Arena this weekend.

Alan Graham, 61, pulled up in his tractor to tell Rihanna to cover up and later said, "Her behaviour was inappropriate." "I had my conversation with Rihanna and I hope she understands where I'm coming from. We shook hands," he said.

Admitting he had “never heard of Rihanna” until her team asked permission to use his fields, Graham explained, “If someone wants to borrow my field and things become inappropriate, then I say, ‘Enough is enough. You are not entitled to do that.’”

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