Rihanna had Irish fans worried at the gig in Dublin on Tuesday night after arriving half-hour late then crying onstage.
The Work singer took happens at the Aviva Stadium for your start of the U.K. and Ireland leg of her Anti tour and appeared visibly upset about something as she performed her opening number, Stay.
She then started crying while singing her second track, Love the Way You Lie.
Rihanna offered no reason for her late arrival or her tears and proved she’s the consummate professional by soldiering lets start work on the show and belting out an overall of 24 tunes.
It seems her Irish fans picked her up and he or she took a minute during the show to share with the crowd, “I simply have ever inside my life heard viewers of people scream so loud which they sound like one voice and this only is whithin Ireland, in Dublin… Thank you so much.”
Rihanna has quite a bit going on in their own personal and professional life with the moment including ongoing rumours she’s dating rapper Drake plus the fact this lady has just bought her dad a property in Barbados.
She also has just returned on the U.K. top 5 with her new Calvin Harris collaboration This Is What You Came For and launched a whole new perfume, called Crush.
The not so great is Rihanna is facing law suit from a Nigerian concert promoter amid allegations she scrapped a 2013 performance – and kept her hefty fee.
Megalectrics boss Chris Ubosi claims he arranged the gig for May, 2013 with a couple who introduced themselves as representatives for Rihanna, Jay Z, with the exceptional Roc Nation firm. The two parties struck a deal for that Diamonds hitmaker to do a 65-minute set for $425,000 (£292,260), and Ubosi made three early payments, totalling $160,000 (£110,000).
He then received a request from Rihanna’s team planning to postpone the show, which Ubosi accepted, providing the pop star publicised the newest date on her behalf social media accounts, reports TMZ.com. The rescheduled concert never materialised, now Ubosi has filed suit up against the two stars and Roc Nation executives in the bid to reclaim his funds after his initial requests went unanswered.