Rihanna's Never-Ending Vacation: Check Out Her Insane Instagram Pics

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    When you work as hard as RiRi does ("Where Have You Been" is still climbing the charts), you get to play hard, too. And, since the singer was born in the tropics, when she vacays, she goes hard and strong. Which is why watching Rihanna traipse around the world is like watching a Julliard-trained ballerina dance, or a Roger Federer play tennis. In other words, you know you are witnessing the work of a professional.

    Spotted Friday rocking a super-simple red suit and sipping on what appears to be a Corona in St. Tropez, Rihanna is taking her time-off to the max (she does have a TV show coming out, guys!). Which can only be expected from the expert, whose vacation albums on Instagram are an exercise in decadence, amazing swimwear, and envy-inducing luxury. Not to mention worthy of the Rich Kids best of...

    Check out some of our favorite pictures of Rihanna next-level kicking back. Is she always jet-setting...or has she mastered the impossible taking-the-most-ridiculous-vacation-pictures-get-so-jealous art? We think it's a a lot little bit of both. (But with so many of her songs stuck in our head, maybe the Barbadian babe deserves it.)

    Image: Via The Superficial

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