If all y'all follow Bad Girl RiRi on Instagram, you already know she loves the weed, the green, and the big booties.
So it's no surprise that Rihanna got down with the Magic City's finest smoke, cash money, and fat asses after her 4/20 show in SoFla.
Just check the cut for a five-photo timeline of Ms. Fenty's marijuana, strippers, and Heat party spree in Miami.
On Saturday, RiRi blew into Broward County's BB&T Center with her Diamonds world tour. And celebrating the 4/20 triumph, she ate a weed leaf cake that also happened to be sucking on his own postshow blunt. Fiyah!
Still hungry, though, our girl made a very early Sunday-morning trip to Miami's King of Diamonds strip club, where 200 big booties (not to mention another pot holiday pastry) was waitin' for her to "lick the icing off." As Rihanna herself would say, she "want that cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake cake."
For about two-and-a-half hours, RiRi rocked it in KOD's VIP, blowing stacks ('round $8,000 total) on strippers in six-inch heels. But even after making it rain like a true
babe-ly boss, she wasn't gonna leave broke. "I still got my money."
At 7:21 a.m., still buzzing from stuffing Benjamins in Miss Remy Redd's G-string, Rihanna tweeted: "Last night one of my fantasies came to life! I got to see K.O.D strippers dance for me to the stripper song I made!"
But even with 4/20 done, two cakes all ate up, and her wettest dreams turned real, Rihanna couldn't leave town without joining #HeatNation. She had to see one last big booty in action. So she humped into the AAA to watch LeBron and his badonk beat the Milwaukee Bucks.
"Who you reppin?? #KingJamesLovin"
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