Rihanna’s provocativeness and nudity have reached a peak in Britain.
The Diamonds singer recently got into a huge Instagram scandal over a series of nude photographs, made a public appearance in a too skimpy and revealing dress and did a provocative nude photo shoot for her newest fragrance named Rogue. Unfortunately, the Brits thought they had seen enough of the Barbadian singer and complained to the Advertising Standards Authority about the image shown on billboards all across the UK for the Rogue marketing campaign. The complaint states that Rihanna’s pose and her lack of clothing are too provocative, demeaning to women and even abusive. According to ASA, these accusations were rather groundless, but they took measures anyway.
After the complaint was made the association was forced to remove many of the billboards in the UK. The restrictions of the campaign are so high that the image is currently only allowed in areas in which children won’t come across Rihanna’s poster. In other words – the restricted campaign doesn’t look demeaning to women, but it surely isn’t suitable for any child in Britain.