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Rihanna made headlines once again after the singer was caught on video being escorted out of a Kings of Leon concert in Poland while appearing to be extremely inebriated.
Video footage shows Rihanna holding on to security guards as she tries to maintain her balance as she exits the Heineken Open'er Festival venue.
This new development came after the "S&M" singer, currently on her "Diamonds" world tour, recently complained on Twitter about being "caged in like a f------ animal" as she was visiting the Polish beach spot and attracted the attention of nearby beachgoers.
The news comes soon after Rihanna was posted a picture with actress Jennifer Lawrence while dining at the same restaurant in Paris the previous week.
Rihanna posted a picture with Lawrence on the singers Instagram account with the caption reading: "Bumped into the extraordinary Jennifer Lawrence at dinner! #Paris."
At the time the Grammy-winning artist did not seem to be bothered by a recent editorial that was written about her in which she was described as "toxic."
Rihanna lashed out at U.K. journalist, Liz Jones, over an article in which the singer is described as being a "toxic role model" to her fans.
The article, entitled "Pop's poisonous princess: Glorying in drugs, guns and sleaze, Rihanna's toxic role model for her army of young fans," openly criticized the singer's behavior that included the promotion of drug use.
Rihanna immediately responded to Jones' concerns about her carefree image, which includes writing sexually explicit song lyrics and flaunting a racy wardrobe, among other things.
"LOL!!!! My money got a bad habit of p------ people off!! If you sincerely wanna help little girls more than their own parents do, here's a toxic tip: don't be amateur with your articles, you sound bitter!" Rihanna wrote via social networking site Instagram.
"What's all this about hair and nails and costumes and tattoos?? ....That s--- ain't clever!!! That s--- ain't journalism! That's a sad sloppy menopausal mess!!!" she continued.