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As a far, far better way of spending 4/20 than using Snapchat's highly unfortunate Bob Marley filter, Rihanna premiered a new music video, this time for "Needed Me." Much like the previous videos for her other ANTI singles "Work" and "Kiss It Better," this one features some truly spectacular naked dresses, as well as actual nudity.
While the anthem isn't explicitly about weed, there is the lyric "You been rollin' around, shit I'm rollin up/Light and roll it up," which the video honors by including plenty of shots of smoking. Adding to its extremely NSFW status are machine guns and boobs galore (part of the video is set at a strip club).
According to reports, as well as photo evidence, Rih shot the Harmony Korine–directed (the same man behind Spring Breakers) video back in March at a Miami mansion while on her ANTI tour. Watch it in all its gritty-action-movie glory below — just make sure your boss is either a) not sitting directly behind you or b) is 100% cool with nudity and guns, as long as they're in a Rihanna video.