Rihanna’s perfume ad censored in Kuwait (see the ad!)

Rihanna’s new Reb’l Fleur ad was a bit too risque for Kuwait. The singer’s new ad has been censored!

The original ad (on the left) shows the 23-year-old singer wearing a pink satin blazer – open, exposing a bit of cleavage. The same ad has been photoshopped by a Middle Eastern newspaper to cover the singer’s torso. According to Stylist:

It has been reported that the cover-up was done to attract Kuwaiti women in the predominately Muslim state.

While Rihanna and Parlux Fragrances, the company that produces Reb’l Fleur, have yet to make a statement on the ad censorship, we have a feeling this won’t deter sales of the songstress’ scent.

What do you think of Rihanna’s Reb’l Fleur fragrance ad censorship in Kuwait?

Leave a comment and click here to check out the Hindu goddess Lakshmi swimsuit that has caused quite a stir within the religious and cultural communities.

And head over to AOL Music to watch Rihanna’s video that has been banned in 11 countries.

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