Rihanna Does Rude-Girl Randy On These 7 New Complex Covers

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    Call us old-fashioned, but we inevitably hold our breaths every time Rihanna updates her Twitter. Whether she's bantering or boasting a new tattoo, the social-media site has played host to a slew of the singer's most scandalous moments. So, it's only fitting that her recent shoot with Complex magazine explores Riri's latest hobbie: sexy selfies.

    Never one to shy away from a lens, Rihanna posed for seven limited-edition covers, each ultra provocative in its own right. Just don't be surprised if you scout some of these bad boys in plastic wrap at the check-out line while grocery shopping — in one shot she ditches her top altogether in lieu of strategically placed Polaroids! The glossy spread hits stands just when we thought the Diamonds crooner was reverting back to her more innocent ways. Sticking your hands down your pants and giving readers a glimpse of your under-boob isn't exactly how we imaged she'd be cleaning up that bad-gal image. But, let's face it, when has Riri been apologetic about anything?

    Check out the covers in all their proud glory, then head over to Complex for the full cover story plus outtakes and very necessary "selfies." It's juicy, trust us. (Complex)

    Photos: Courtesy of Complex

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