Rihanna has been spotted leaving a sex shop with rapper Drake and a bag full of toys.
The pop star, who sang about her love for whips and chains in her recent chart-topping single ‘S&M’, was reported as having spent over $1,000 on sex toys during her visit to the store in Ottawa.
Hellobeautiful.com report that what is on her shopping is not just sex toys, but also sexy clothes. As to sex toys, the list included handcuffs, a riding whip, bustier, boots, edible undies, a collar and leash, spandex hood, a latex bondage and a chocolate penis. When it comes to sexy clothes, she was found to have bought many latex clothes such as corset, cat suits, bodies, and similar things. But to our surprise, Drake was not spotted buying sex-related products.
Rihanna and Drake were seen leaving the store hand in hand which has fuelled rumors that the duo who cooperated on the hit single ‘What’s my Name?’ are in an intimate relationship.
According to wpgc.radio.com, the shop assistant told the singer to “have fun”, to which she replied “I always do.”
Rihanna is a big fan of songs about a spicy sex life and this is not the first time she has been shopping for kinky sex toys. During a stay in Australia back in March, she was seen leaving a Sydney sex shop with two bags full of fun items.
The Bajan beauty has recently overtaken Lady Gaga to become the most popular person on Facebook and the news might encourage a portion of her 41million fans from Facebook to engage in some S&M in private, which deserves our deep concern.
As far as I am concerned, I think she should be to blame because of the potential S＆M among her fans. As a public idol, she cant be an ordinary person because her little carelessness make lead to sever results. What′s worse, as a part of national image, she may cause the loss of honor of her own country and her people. To some extent, she must be extremely careful every step to maintain her excellent image. All in all, of course she can use sex toys, but she should′t make herself spotted and exert great impact on the mass.