Rihanna, the "Pour It Up" singer, was forced to leave Abu Dhabi Mosque after her controversial photo shoot recently. While on her Diamonds World tour, officials asked her to exit the sacred site over the weekend. 

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 25-year-old singer was kicked out after taking photograhs, which were "considered to be at odds with the sanctity of the site."

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Chris Brown's ex-girlfriend posted a series of images to her Instagram on Saturday. She is shown posing in an all-black body suit with a hood against the white marble mosque, which is a huge tourist site in the United Arab Emirates capital.

The photos of the Bajan beauty were not cleared by the site before they were taken. In snapping the shots without permission or identification, RiRi broke some big rules.

In response to the incident, the mosque issued a statement.

"The Centre strives to ensure that visitors enter the mosque in a decent fashion," read the statement, " and refrain from behaving in any way that is inconsistent with the sanctity of this religious place."

The statement continued, "Here, the Centre refers to a recent incident, involving a singer who came for a private visit to the mosque, at a gate that is not reserved for visitors, without prior coordination with the Centre's management and without identifying herself."

Cara Delevingne and Katy Perry's friend hasn't publicly responded to the actions taken by Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque staff, HR reported.

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