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The 'Diamonds' singer is said to have angered reporters by refusing to give interviews during the tour.
Rihanna's '777' promotional tour saw an unexpected protest earlier today (19h November) when one journalist streaked through the tour plane while the reporters on board complained about lack of access to the Bajan pop star.
The 'We Found Love' star has been flying around the world for the past five days backed by an estimated 150 fans and journalists on a specially commission jet, but reporters are said to have become frustrated by Rihanna's refusal to take part in interviews during the tour.
According to reports on Twitter, journalists were chanting phrases like "just one quote" and "I need a headline" while flying from Berlin to London earlier today, as one Australian journalist showed his annoyance by streaking naked through one of the jet's cabins while being filmed.
"So yeah, the #777tour plane stage a revolution against Rihanna on flight between Berline and London," Fuse TV's Jason Newman posted earlier today (19th November). "Crowd chanted "Just one quote!," "I need a headline!" and "Occupy 777" while Aussie journo stripped naked and ran around the plane."
The 'Where Have You Been' singer has reportedly stacked up £200,000 worth of airport fines over the past week after continually delaying her departure between countries.
Check out a picture of Rihanna performing live in Berlin, Germany on her '777' tour below (Credit: PA):
Rihanna is preparing to arrive in London for the sixth secret show of her '777' tour, which will be streamed live on YouTube this evening, before she return to New York City for the tour's final performance.
Watch and Australian journalist streaking through Rihanna's 777 tour jet below: