Alan Graham who owned the wheat field in east Belfast where Rihanna and her crew shot a music video did not like the way she flaunted her body on his land.
Rihanna's sexuality has offended a Northern Ireland farmer whose land she used for the shooting of "We Found Love" music video. Alan Graham, who claimed that he didn't know who Rihanna was, watched her shooting the video on Monday, September 26 without her top and quickly protested.
The three wardrobes used for the filming at a wheat field in Bangor County Down, Belfast, are an unbuttoned denim vest with an American-flag bikini top peeking out of it, muddy jeans with red bandanna bikini and a mesh black top. Rihanna went topless for the climax.
At this point, Graham climbed off his tractor and approached the singer. "I had a conversation with Rihanna. I hope she understands where I'm coming from. We shook hands," the farmer said.
Rihanna is not the only artist in the hot water for her music video. U.K. councilor Ian Rathbone from the Borough of Hackney is demanding an apology from Britney Spears for the concept of "Criminal" music video. She was seen brandishing a fake weapon for a scene in which she holds up a London shop. Rathbone deemed it inappropriate following London riots and looting.
"I think she should apologize and make a sizable donation to a Hackney charity that deals with young people for the rudeness and damage she's done to this community," Rathbone said. Britney has responded to this, saying through her camp, "The video is a fantasy story".