In the clip posted on Rihanna's Instagram, the MTV star is featured telling her lawyer that she considers risking more jail time to attend a concert.
Rihanna creatively uses a scene of MTV's "Teen Mom 2" to promote her upcoming tour with Eminem, "The Monster". Shared via the singer's Instagram on Sunday, March 23, the short clip gives a look at the reality show's star Jenelle Evans talking about her plan to attend a concert.
The original clip features Evans telling her lawyer that she considers risking more jail time because she has tickets to a Ke$ha concert. In the video posted by RiRi, the troubled mom can be heard saying, "I really can't miss that concert."
"That's why I got all these feathers in my hair. I bought clothes for the concert. I set up hotel rooms for the concert. It's not just a concert, it's..." she continues before the screen flashes the Bajan singer's name against a black backdrop. An announcer then yells "Rihanna."
"the. monstER. tour. #NEWYORK #LOSANGELES#THEDETROIT be like.......... @eminem," Eminem's tourmate captioned the Instagram video.
Evans is not mad that Rihanna uses the video to promote the tour and she clearly doesn't think that the singer is making fun of her. "dude Rihanna actually noticed me lol," Evans tweeted. "She's using me as a reference for her own concert.. Duh."
"The Monster" tour will come to three cities in August. "The tour will kick off in Los Angeles on Thursday, August 7 at the Rose Bowl with shows then lined up in New York City's Metlife Stadium on Saturday, August 16 and Detroit's Comerica Park on Friday, August 22," Em recently announced on his official website.