Rihanna has a beef with The Sun.
The "Disturbia" singer launched into an X-rated rant against the British tabloid on her Twitter page, bashing it for a story claiming she used a body double for a sexy Armani ad.
"Ok @thesunnewspaper, this is the only way I could say this to you!!! F—K YOU…AND yo baggy ass condom," tweeted Rihanna.
So what did The Sun say that got the 24-year-old Barbadian beauty all in a huff?
The commercial finds Rihanna rolling around in Armani undies while she's apparently having a nightmare, but according to the Sun's story, the shots of her bust and derriére supposedly belong to model Jahnassa Aicken, not Ri-Ri (you can watch the full ad below).
The paper also claimed that Rihanna's management insisted the ostensible body double sign a nondisclosure agreement prohibiting her from talking about the job. And last but not least, it reported that Jahnassa received a "modest sum" for her work and was cast in the ads after serving as a stand-in for the singer when her "We Found Love" video was shot in Northern Ireland.
She eventually calmed down, adding, "Ok enough of that! I coulda been more clever about it, but I was lazy."
This isn't the first time the R&B diva has gone off on The Sun. She previously slammed the tabloid, calling it "ass-hair" and "full of s—t" after it claimed she would scrap her U.K. festival gigs.