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Rihanna recently posted several photographs of her and her friends smoking marijuana while the singer is traveling for her world tour.
Rihanna was in Amsterdam, a famous European city that is known for its lax marijuana laws, and posted several pictures Saturday while visiting various coffee shops around the city.
One of the pictures showed her in a cafe holding two massive joints in her mouth and lighters in her hands. It was posted to her Instagram account for all to see.
"#legalizeit," Rihanna captioned another picture, and wrote "I'm just a girl… #Amsterdam" with another.
This is not the first time the singer has publicized her use of the drug and recently a member of Rihanna's entourage was cited for marijuana when 25-year-old singer's tour bus was searched while crossing into Detroit.
A dog was reportedly brought onto the scene to aid in a search for drugs after an investigator smelled marijuana, according to TMZ reports. After a small amount of the substance was found on a tour bus where Rihanna was not present and a male member of the Barbadian singer's entourage was cited with a civil infraction.
Kris Grogan, a spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, detailed what took place on the scene involving the singer's entourage while maintaining that she was not on the scene.
"One of our border protection officers referred the caravan for inspection due to a strong odor of marijuana," Gorgan told The New York Daily News. "The canine did alert on quite a few of the buses, but it was only that small amount found."
The singer, who spends much of her leisure time posting pictures smoking pot on Instagram, spoke about her reason for doing so in Elle magazine.
"I instagram everything about my life, whether it's smoking pot, in a strip club, reading a Bible verse- how crazy, I know!- or hanging out with my best friend, who happens to be Chris," Rihanna told Elle recently. "That's why I'm posting pictures of myself smoking pot, to tell the truth about myself. I've got so much to think about, why bring all this extra (expletive) by being dishonest?"