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Rihanna wasn't in the mood for technical glitches or sloppy band play during last night's London stop of her whirlwind 777 Tour.
Tired and jet lagged after playing five concerts in as many days, the singer let her band have it live for the world to see on the sixth night of the trek.
While performing "Where Have You Been," the singer suddenly stopped the live band and got on their case.
"Alright, what the f*ck. Stop this sh*t. What the f*ck is that? Why is the track off from the band? This is the bullsh*t we deal with when we are just doing a random rock and roll tour with no rehearsals and sh*t," the singer said, obviously annoyed. "I apologize for everyone at home streaming live on Lovelife and Jay-Z's site Life and Times. We are going to start this one again from the top."
The "Diamonds" singer then restarted the song and got the results she wanted.
Rihanna later apologized to members of the media who had tagged along on the tour hoping to get an up close and personal look at life on the road with a pop star. Instead of hanging with Rihanna, most reporters ended up bored and complained of being hungry and deprived of sunlight as Rihanna slept during most of the flights while nursing a sore throat.
"I know you guys got barely any dirt," Rihanna told US Weekly. "But I had to be good. I still sound like sh*t. It's impossible to spend time with everybody, and I'm sorry I didn't. But this was excellent and I would definitely do it again."
The grueling seven day tour comes to an end tonight when Rihanna performs at Webster Hall in New York.