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Rihanna Called Out For Stealing Wine Glasses, Tries To Explain Herself



Graham Norton warns all restaurant owners out there about Rihanna. The Ocean's 8 star has a habit of stealing wine glasses.

In an interview of the all-female cast of the blockbuster movie, the television host confronted Badgal RiRi with a series of paparazzi photos showing her leaving various establishments with wine glasses in her hand.

Rihanna: A Serial Wine Glass Thief

"All I'm saying is, watch yourself around Rihanna," the British personality said on Friday, June 15.

Norton then showed the audience a series of photos of the 30-year-old leaving a club, a hotel, a restaurant, and a fashion show. In all of the photos, the singer-actress and makeup mogul is holding a glass of drink, something that Norton suspects, she takes home without permission.

In the first photo, Rihanna argued that she may have taken the glass to the club (as one would). The second one, she said she brought back to the hotel when she finished her drink.

However, when the host just kept showing photos after photos after photos of the chart-topper holding wine glasses and, at one point, a wine bottle, she had to admit her bad habit.

"My mom is gonna see this," said the diva.

It is not exactly a heist worthy to be explored in a potential sequel to Ocean's 8, which is already a box office success. However, Rihanna has managed to get away with her crime repeatedly.

Watch the exchange below:


Rihanna Confirms Next Album

In between stealing wine glasses, Rihanna also confirmed to Norton that she is working on new music.

"I actually am in the studio working on new music," she said to applause from the audience and co-star Sarah Paulson.

She, however, cannot divulge whether it will be out this year. While the Fenty Beauty founder did not want to share more details about the project, fans already know that her new music might have influences of reggae and Bob Marley.

In her cover for Vogue earlier this year, writer Chioma Nnandi revealed via NME what the singer has in mind for her highly anticipated follow-up to the 2016 hit Anti. She also continues to assure fans that the new album is on the way.

No title nor release date has been announced as of yet, but hopefully, her Ocean's 8 co-stars Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Helena Bonham-Carter, and Sandra Bullock will get a feature.

Watch the interview below:


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