After gracing her following of press with her presence on Day 1 of her 777 day tour, Rihanna has already achieved disappointing the multimedia individuals who trial her musical venture.
As we've reported, on Day 1 the Bajan songtress greeted fans and press accompanying her on her private Boeing 777 aircraft. The fact that this hasn't been a routine left her press following unsatisfied.
Day 1: Rihanna serving champagne to press aboard the Boeing 777:
On the morning of Day 5, during a flight from Berlin to London, the next stop of the tour, press decided to express themselves while aboard the Boeing 777.
In hope that RiRi would appear, Fuse reported that journalist yelled phrases like "Just one quote!," "Save our jobs!," "I need a headline!," and "If you won't do anything , we'll create our own story."
Still, the "Rude Girl" didn't budge.
The climax of the airplane spectacle is when an Australian journalist stripped completely nude and ran up and down the aisles while the crowd cheered him on.
A Def Jam representative arose to investigate the scene after the press successfully created song play-on-words like "Where have you been all my life/Are you hiding from us?"
Partnered with Rihanna's vanishing act, the nature of the tour has added to the frustration. There was gossip that the singer was responsible for a two hour delay in one of the flights.
The theatrics went on for 30 minutes when tour officials came out to verbally discipline.
In conclusion, when thirsting for a story the press became apart of one.
While in London, Rihanna will be turning on the Christmas tree lights. See tweet.
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