Rihanna vents anger at 'racist c—t' on Twitter

The singer says she was verbally attacked by a man at a hotel

Rihanna vents anger at 'racist c—t' on Twitter

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Rihanna has spoken out against a man who allegedly verbally attacked her recently at the hotel she was staying at in Lisbon, Portugal.

The 'We Found Love' singer called the man a "racist c—t" and said he called black women "dogs" and "sluts". Writing at Twitter.com/rihanna yesterday (December 18), the singer said:

I just met the most racist c--t EVER!!! This man said the craziest shit abt black women called us dogs, sluts, we don't look like shit, we don't belong in the same hotels....needless to say, the #NIGGA in me came out! Bajan accent and all!Lol!


She added: "Oh and he had the NERVE to diss black people in his Tighty whitey's!!!! SMH...and tbh a lil black wouldn't hurt him".

Rihanna is about to play a string of shows in the UK, performing for three nights at the London O2 Arena from December 20-22.

She returns to the UK next summer to headline the Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park on July 8 with Jessie J, Calvin Harris and Labrinth.

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