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Somebody in Dublin Is Stapling Clothes to Rihanna

Image via Metro
Image via Metro

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Billboards in Dublin bearing Rihanna's Unapologetic album cover are getting a stealthy makeover. An unknown person or group is stapling actual clothing to the city's concert promotions, rendering the images slightly less risque. Maybe they're related to the folks who covered up Beyoncé's H&M posters in New York. Maybe they're just nostalgic for a time when Rihanna would wear a terrycloth strapless dress or two.
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