Rihanna reaches new low in 'vile', 'obscene' music video


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SULTRY starlet Rihanna has been inundated with criticism - even from her fans - who are labelling the video for her latest song Pour It Up as "obscene", "vile" and "pornographic".

British tabloid The Daily Mail reported that hundreds took to social media sites to tell the singer she ought to be ashamed of herself.

The film clip was uploaded by Rihanna to video-sharing site Vevo but it was temporarily banned due to explicit content.

The clip features pole dancers, strippers and Rihanna herself in a barely-there outfit of lingerie and diamonds.

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