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Rihanna releases music video which drew criticism from DUP councillor

The video for We Found Love, some of it shot in a Co Down field, has been released and includes the scene which one DUP councillor found “inappropriate”.

THE RIHANNA MUSIC video which drew controversy even before it was cut has been released and includes the scene shot in a field in Bangor which didn’t go down all that well with one local councillor last month.

The official video for the track ‘We Found Love’ featuring Calvin Harris portrays what the Guardian calls “the grey monotony of UK city life” with scenes shot on a Belfast council estate and on the corn farm in Co Down where Rihanna caused a stir last month.

The scene features Rihanna in various states of undress as she walks through the corn field owned by Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) councillor Alan Graham who made headlines last month when he criticised the pop superstar’s shoot as “inappropriate” demanding that the singer put more clothes on.

At one point during the shoot, it was reported that Rihanna appeared to be completely topless.

Although that shot does not make the final cut but there’s still plenty of raciness to be found in a video notable for a moody monologue at the beginning before it all kicks off.

Check it out:

Read: “I want Rihanna to enjoy God’s salvation in her life”: DUP councillor’s reaction to vid>

Read: DUP councillor to Rihanna: Put your clothes back on >

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