Rihanna Tweets First Nude Fragrance Ad To Her 26 Million Followers (Photo)
The singer's fragrance launch follows Chris Brown's release of a strange personal video asking if its possible to love two people.
As if Rihanna needs more social media traffic—or controversy—her new fragrance is called Nude. That’s right. Rihanna’s Nude. And she tweeted the first promo ad for her new scent to her over 26 million followers last night.
"Here is my new add for a brand new fragrance #NUDE !!! Make sure you smell sexy, especially naked, this fall," tweeted the sexy Barbados-born singer.
The Nude ad features Rihanna, 24, looking very Old Hollywood glamorous with wavy platinum blonde hair, wearing a cream lace bra with sheer cream chiffon fabric wafting over her nether region. Rihanna smiles broadly and, really, why wouldn’t she? Given her popularity with men and women, this fragrance is sure to sell like crazy.
This scent follows her Reb’l Fleur perfume, released in 2011 by Parlux Fragrances Inc, which also handles Paris Hilton and Jessica Simpson's successful fragrance lines.
However, the fragrance ad follows the recent drama in her personal life about her relationship with Chris Brown, who pled guilty to felony assault in June 2009 following an altercation with the singer earlier that year in February, on the eve of the Grammy Awards in 2008.
This week Brown confirmed that he has broken up girlfriend Karrueche Tran because of his “friendship” with Rihanna. Brown released a video in which he asks, "Is there such a thing as loving two people?"
As for Rihanna, she merely tweeted, "Ain’t nobody’s bidness but me and my baby.”
Tell us: What do you think about Rihanna's new fragrance and the possibility of her being back with Chris Brown?
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