Rihanna’s plane — which is carrying the singer, 150 music journalists and 100 crew, entourage, and competition winners — has reportedly descended into anarchy after the “What’s My Name” songstress refused to spend any time with her guests.
As part of her week-long world tour, which started in Mexico City on Wednesday November 14 and finishes in New York tomorrow evening, Tuesday, November 20, Rihanna organized for these individuals to have closer access to her. However, journalists have started to complain that the singer has acted like a recluse whilst adding that they’re jet lagged, tired, and stated that the conditions they are working in are appalling.
This all reached an impasse on Sunday evening when, in protest, an Australian journalist decided to steak through the plane as it flew from Berlin to London. A reporter for the NME, Sian Rowe, said, “One of the Australian guys decided to streak. It was probably more of a jet-lagged moment than a dick-shaped protest. Maybe he got bored of the films and free Jay-Z cognac? ”
Rowe also added, “People on the plane have been getting disgruntled because of late flights and no sleep. I don’t think anyone expected Rihanna on their lap. Competition winners just want a picture really, but the schedule has been extreme.”
Some journalists have even taken to chanting “save our jobs” and “just one quote” in response to the lack of attention heading their way from Ri-Ri. Even her show in Berlin was fraught with trouble after she appeared on stage almost four hours late.
Rihanna’s tour continues tonight in London tonight at an undisclosed venue whilst her new album Unapologetic is released today too.