Rihanna's short haircut recently caught the attention of CNN commentator Piers Morgan, who did not approve of the 24-year-old's new cropped top.
"I think @Rihanna needs to grow her hair back. Fast," Morgan tweeted after watching the chart-topping singer at the Paralympic Games in London recently.
When the Barbadian pop star caught wind of Morgan's tweets, she offered an obscene rebuttal on the social networking website.
"Grow a (expletive)…FAST," Rihanna tweeted.
However, Morgan did not seem to be offended by the singer's response. Instead, he took the opportunity to invite her on CNN for an interview.
"This a good time to ask for an interview," Morgan questioned the singer.
Instead of holding a grudge, Rihanna decided to oblige the British journalist.
"Haaaa! Only if it's not about cosmetics," she tweeted. "But (expletive) yea lets do it!!!!!!!!!"
Fans of the singer seemed to be amused by her exchange with the British journalist.
"Ha ha @rihanna! @piersmorgan retweeted your comment," one person commented on her original message. "At least he has a sense of humor:)"
Another person agreed with the singer's obscene assessment of Morgan.
"@rihanna @piersmorgan hahahaha I agree with Rihanna," the person tweeted.
Still, another person speculated about Morgan's decision to ask Rihanna for an interview after being called out by the singer.
"Lol poor @piersmorgan he can't take when @rihanna reads him so now he gotta change it to asking for a interview lol that she agreed haha," the person tweeted.
Morgan is not the only television personality that has inspired a rebuttal from Rihanna after criticizing the singer recently. Comedian Joan Rivers provoked Rihanna's ire after commenting negatively about her history with domestic violence last month.
"Rihanna confessed to Oprah Winfrey that she still loves Chris Brown," Rivers tweeted last month. "Idiot! Now it's MY turn to slap her."
The Barbadian singer fired back at Rivers on her own Twitter account.
"Wow u really do get slow when you're old huh," the singer tweeted before deleting her comment. "Slap on some diapers."