Rihanna Rolls a Blunt... While Smoking a Blunt!

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She loves, she loves, she loves it when you eat it. And we love it, we love it, we love it when Rihanna puffs a fatty.

RiRi's affinity for blunt smoking is no secret. We here at Crossfade caught her blazing that California cannabis at Coachella. Then she wore a marijuana-themed costume on Halloween. And dude, she looks high as shit in this picture.

But during a recent smoking session, the Barbadian sensation defied stereotypes and proved that stoners can also be productive while high on weed. Homegirl was pictured twisting up a blunt while taking tokes off another.

Peep the photo after the cut.

See also:

-Rihanna and Four Other Hip-Hop Heavyweights Who Love Weed

-Did Rihanna Get High With Mom on Mother's Day?

-Rihanna and ASAP Rocky Smoking Out South Florida on 4/20

The photo was published on Mediatakeout.com yesterday afternoon, though Rihanna was wearing the same black and gold outfit on Tuesday, suggesting that the blunt rolling took place sometime on November 13.

Of course, weed can sometimes make you fall asleep on the couch for nine hours before waking up in the same clothes the following morning. And killing the roach while rolling another Philly is not uncommon.

But when and where Rihanna got high doesn't matter. What does is that RiRi's a crusader for recreational pot smokers everywhere. And for that, Crossfade is thankful.

And you should be too. You're probably high.

See you on 4/20, RiRi!

Rihanna's Diamonds Tour. With A$AP Rocky. Saturday, April 20, 2013. BB&T Center, 1 Pantehr Pkwy., Sunrise. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets cost $91.25 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. Call 954-835-7000 or visit thebbtcenter.com.

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