The Umbrella singer, who was recently the main reason behind a vicious bar brawl, stepped out in London wearing a very crude top.
The 24-year-old was seen arriving at a recording studio in the capital city with a grey T-shirt that brandished the words ****life.
The bad language on the top is a play on words made famous by gangsta rapper Tupac Shakur, better known by his stage name 2Pac.
The late artist, who died in 1996 after being shot four times, had the phrase 'Thug Life' tattooed across his belly and also had an assault rifle just above the wording, in an almost identical fashion to Rihanna's top.
Rude girl: The Umbrella singer wore the top, which appeared to be a homage to rapper 2Pac, loud and proud
The originator: The late Tupac Shakur had similar tattoos on his torso to the artwork that appears on Rihanna's T-shirt
To complete her gang member inspired style, she wore a pair of black shorts that had the same print as bandanas, which are associated with certain Los Angeles based criminal organisations.
She also wore a thick wooly hat and a silver chain around her neck but, carried a small black handbag to add that feminine touch.
Role model: The singer's outfit seemed to be in honour of the gangster lifestyle as she even wore bandana print shorts
At the start of this year she posted a picture of herself on Twitter with a net of tattoos across her knuckles.
She proudly showed off the words 'Thug Life' and added an attitude filled caption along with the photograph.
She said: 'All these bitches screaming that 2pac back #THUGLIFE,' and added 'Err’body has an opinion, but yall know what yall can do with them!!! #THUGLIFE.'
Hero worship: Rihanna posted this image of herself with Thug Life tattooed across her knuckles, earlier this year