Rihanna woke up Wednesday morning stating that she felt like a "sinner" after posting photos of herself with strippers at a club.
Tuesday night Rihanna posted photos of herself while on a late night excursion. The photos, which appeared on Instagram, revealed the pop star dancing with different strippers. Rihanna also proceeded to "shower" dollar bills over the dancers.
"My daddy would be proud," Rihanna tweeted in one caption.
The pictures are the second string of photos which have brought controversy to the star in recent weeks. Last month, photos were revealed of Rihanna at the Coachella concert sitting atop a man's shoulders. The man appeared to have a powdery white substance on his bald head which some suggested was cocaine.
The star however, has declared that she is not on coke; others stated the powder was "obviously" marijuana.
Rihanna has also constantly spoken out about not wanting to be a role model for others, despite the number of young girls that look up to her.
"People - especially white people - they want me to be a role model just because of the life I lead," she said in a British Vogue interview in October 2011. "The things I say in my songs, they expect it of me and [being a role model] became more of my job than I wanted it to be."
As part of her apparent protest against being a figure for others to look up to, Rihanna posted an additional photo Tuesday night with the caption that read "RoleModelS---."
However, the next day, even the star admitted that she may have gone a bit too far.
"Woke up repenting!! Feelin like a sinner," Rihanna tweeted the next day, after admitting the night before that she had been "faded," which means intoxicated or otherwise not sober.
Fans showed concern over the stars antics that appear to be spiraling out of control.
"I feel she is in a dark place right now. Not because a woman 'owning her sexuality' is a bad thing - it's a great thing! I just challenge her claims that she's the one in control right now," Michelle Ciccone wrote on the People blog.
"I've loved and defended Rihanna's whole vibe, UNTIL that pic she tweeted of the bag of rice that was clearly a jab at Chris Brown's half Asian girlfriend. Overt sexuality is just fine. Racism? Ignorant and immature and really telling," she continued.