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Rihanna Music Video Shut Down For Nudity

Learn guitar chords for FREE through our new game Chord Master: Pop superstar Rihanna has been ordered to cover up by a Christian farmer who took exception to her "inappropriate behavior" while filming a music video on his land. The controversy has erupted in Northern Ireland and was even discussed Tuesday by lawmakers in the province's elected Assembly in Belfast. Rihanna, who was born in Barbados but has Irish ancestry, is in Northern Ireland this week for sold-out shows at Belfast's Odyssey Arena. The 23-year-old had been given permission to film a video for the song "We Found Love" in a muddy barley field owned by farmer Alan Graham outside Bangor, about 10 miles from Belfast. He says that when he went to get his tractor Monday and saw the singer stripping down to a bikini top, he stepped in to end the shoot. The local political representative said he "asked the film crew to stop, and they did." Graham's wife shed more light on the incident Tuesday, revealing that Rihanna had gone topless. Said Mrs. Graham, who declined to give her first name, "What she was doing became more inappropriate. When she started to go topless, that's what Alan was particularly objecting to -- things were getting out of hand. There was a man as well, and the behavior was getting more inappropriate. ... It wasn't the sort of thing Alan wanted young people (those watching) to see on his land. We are Christians." So what do you think? Was Rihanna going topless for her music video just cause for the farmer to shut it down? Leave a comment below and let us know.
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