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Rihanna the prankster: I put raw fish in their suitcase

Rihanna has admitted she regularly pranks her band by putting gum in the bottom of their shoes or in their trousers and raw fish in their luggage.
Rihanna has admitted she regularly pranks her band by putting gum in the bottom of their shoes or in their trousers and raw fish in their luggage. Bang Showbiz

RIHANNA pranks her band by putting raw fish in their luggage and gum in their shoes and trousers.

The 'FourFiveSeconds' hitmaker loves playing tricks on friends and family but has admitted the musicians who tour with her get the brunt of her "mischief" and she recently got them into a very sticky situation.

She said: "I love playing pranks on people ... my band, they've suffered the most with my pranks. Because on the road you just get a little bored and you get into some mischief.

"Especially on the last shows, we usually do some pranks and do different things. They either prank me or I prank them or both.

"But this year, we had to perform outside and it was freezing cold and I poured the dirtiest mixture of milk and pineapple juice, eggs - whatever I could think of. Bubblegum in the bottom of their shoes. I lined the crotch of their pants with gum. I put raw fish in their suitcase."

 

But her band isn't always the 27-year-old beauty's only target as she played an April Fool's joke on chat show host and comedian Jimmy Kimmel.

Ahead of her appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night (01.04.15), Rihanna visited the 47-year-old host at his home at 1am and woke him up with confetti, disco lights and a rendition of her latest track 'Bitch Better Have My Money'.

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