We all like making fun of famous people and their outlandish demands, as if, given the chance, you wouldn't ask for your dressing room to be equipped with endless fondues fountains and sexy, roller-blading mimes. But that sort of stuff is just the baseline weird for celebrities. Nope, meet those who are truly disconnected from reality -- their mania goes beyond wacky tour rider requests, and into uncharted areas of self-absorbed insanity. Like ...
Rihanna Rolled Joints On Her Bodyguard's Head
The life of a celebrity bodyguard can be pretty great or pretty miserable, depending on which body needs guarding. Still, no matter how well-behaved or reckless the employer may happen to be, it's in your advantage to always display a dignified, intimidating air, with a hint of restrained menace. Unfortunately, this can be a little tough to pull off when the person signing your paycheck is perched on your shoulders and using your head like a Colorado State dorm room desk to roll up a spliff.
The dandruff gives it a nice aftertaste.
When noted singer, songwriter, and weed enthusiast Rihanna showed up at the 2012 Coachella music festival, she was just one among the menagerie of wealthy and famous partiers in attendance. One factor helped her stand out from the crowd: her willingness to treat another human being like Willie Nelson treats a tour Winnebago fold-out ironing board. Or a countertop at Woody Harrelson's house. Or a table at Denny's. Any inanimate object with a flat surface, really.
Judging from his expression, the bodyguard is wondering how he's gonna fit her into the porta-potty.
When photos surfaced on Rihanna's Instagram feed, some initially thought it was cocaine that she had laid out on her bodyguard's head, as the glare from the lights made the substance look white. But no, it was weed, possibly left over from an earlier encounter with Snoop Dogg where she was photographed smoking a blunt the length of an adolescent raccoon. We can follow the tragic sequence of events from here via more evidence provided by social media: