RiRi brags about designer gifts and posts another topless pic on Twitter

ANI
14 January 2013

London, Jan 14 (ANI): Rihanna recently took to Twitter to brag about the free gifts she has been scoring, and also teased her fans by posting a topless picture of herself.

The 24-year-old singer, who seemed to be venting her frustrations overChris Brown on the social networking site, has posted snaps of the multiple designer goods she has been receiving in the mail via her Instagram account, the Daily Mail reported.

The 'Umbrella' hitmaker shared pictures of the clothing and accessories she has been asked to wear, including a pair of red high heel shoes from Manolo Blahnik and a Marc Jacobs stripy shirt.

The singer, who still seems to be celebrating the festive season, also posted picture of her Givenchy bag and a snap of several pairs of Charlie shoes.

"Christmas all over again! Thank you Marc #jacobsrules," she tweeted.

The 'Rude Boy' singer also posted a topless picture of herself online with her hair falling over one side of her face, captioned: "#naviRdie". (ANI)

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