After revelling until the early hours of the morning at the Crop Over Festival Foreday Morning Jam in Barbados on Saturday, the 25-year-old was right back at it again on Monday.
This time, the Diamonds singer was seen sipping out of a hip flask as she danced on a float during the Kadooment carnival, part of the eight day festival. And she once again trumped the revealing nature of the sheer white monokini she wore over the weekend.
This time, the controversial star displayed plenty of cleavage in a traditional carnival-style bejewelled two-piece, featuring a low-cut
top and a high-cut bottom.
The fun-loving star paired the ensemble with a matching necklace, feathered shin guards and headpiece, as well as two cuffs around her
wrists and a smattering of diamantes applied to the side of her face. Her look was completed by a pair of fishnet tights and a pair of
Adidas trainers on her feet.
Rihanna wore shimmering silver hues for make-up and shielded hereyes with a pair blue-tinted sunglasses.
The singer was joined by several other similarly scantily-clad women, including her best pal Melissa Forde, on the float as she revelled in the sunshine.
And she was once again accompanied by her dutiful bodyguard who was also forced to babysit her from midnight till 6AM as she ‘dutty wined’
at the festival on Saturday.
While she is in her hometown, the singer was taking no chances when she was joined by two of her bodyguards on Saturday morning as she partied it up in the island’s capital Bridgetown.
Much like on Monday, Rihanna’s bodyguard had the arduous task of watching her party all night – drink in hand – rather raucously.
The singer had once again looked typically striking in her nearly sheer white monokini, decorated with sparkling metallic panels.
Green face paint, blue and silver sunglasses, Converse sneakers and a white veil over her new short curly hairdo completed the look.
Once again she clutched a drink in one hand as she grinded behind several other partygoers.
At one point, she also showed off the backless detail of her ensemble, getting down on all fours for a signature calypso ‘wining’ move.