by Oke Efagene
Barbadian pop singer, Rihanna, is not a stranger when it comes to wearing risque outfits and daring get ups.
Barely a week after posing topless for a Vogue magazine photo shoot, the star continued her racy streak as she bathed in a tropical pond yesterday, while scantily clad.
The Stay singer wore a black low-cut monokini that left nothing to the imagination as she took a dip in the water at a botanical garden in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
According to a report by Daily Mail:
The singer showed off her toned figure in the revealing one-piece, which featured a plunging front and G-string bottom.
The swimsuit was high-cut in a Nineties fashion, showcasing Rihanna’s shapely hips.
She wore her dark hair in cascading curls over her shoulders and added a pop of colour with fuchsia lips.
In one shot, the star threw her head back as she smoked something.
Rihanna was then waded through the brown pool of water, confidently displaying her pert derriere.
When it was time to go, the Barbadian beauty was seen putting on an off-the-shoulder denim top while she chatted to somebody off-camera.
Rihanna was seen last week posing topless for the Brazilian edition of Vogue on the island of Angra dos Reis.
Just small strips of tape obscured the singer’s nipples as she stood posing on the sand in the shots.
For one series of pictures Rihanna wore a pair of gold boy short bikini bottoms, which she teamed with armfuls of bangles, and a colourful headscarf.
In addition to taking part in the photo-shoot, Rihanna has been in Brazil for a series of meetings with her latest collaborating partner Shakira.
The duo dropped their new song, titled Can’t Remember To Forget You, on Monday to much fanfare from their respective loyal fans.
Both women took to Twitter in the early hours to promote the single, with RiRi counting down to its debut in full on KIIS FM’s popular On Air With Ryan Seacrest breakfast show.
‘Me and @Shakira finally teamed up on a record and it comes out in 10 min! @OnAirWithRyan,’ the Barbadian beauty wrote in the lead-up to its 6am release.
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