Rihanna releases making-in video for 'Where Have You Been'

   Apr 28, 3:54 pm

London, Apr 28 (ANI): Rihanna has gone topless in the video for her new album 'Where Have You Been'.

The official video for the singer's latest song is scheduled to arrive only on Monday but till then she herself released another making-of clip.

The Making of the video shows the 24-year-old singer sitting in a nest.

"I'm in a nest right now," the Mirror quoted her as saying to the camera.

"Sitting on this [some white cushioning], so I can protect my booty from all these branches. This is another part of wildlife. I guess we're gonna call this 'the owl set up'," she said.

The Grammy Award winner explained that the reason as to why she's pretending to be an owl is because of its perfect kill rate.

"Because they have a 100 percent kill rate, that's why," she said.

She also dresses as a beautiful mermaid in the new video.

"I feel like you're looking at my tits, even though you're not," she says to her stylist. (ANI)

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