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Rihanna Releases Controversial 'We Found Love' Music Video

Remember how that Irish farmer got upset with Rihanna for her ""inappropriate state of undress"" while using his field to shoot part of her ""We Found Love"" video? Well today fans can see what all the fuss was about because the pop star just released the official music video and let me tell you -- the field scene pales in comparison to the other objectionable activities going on throughout the duration of the song. The clip gives us a dark look at how addicting it is to fall in love, not to mention an eyeful of controversial issues including: substance abuse, smoking, drinking, theft, and dance raves.

The song itself is relatable enough, since almost everyone can empathize with the pain of a breakup and appreciate as the artist reminisces about the times she once had with a past love. However, in a shocking twist, the former flame looks painstakingly similar to the singer's real-life ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown (dyed blonde hair and all). Granted, the heated arguments in the video never become physical, but as Rihanna's voice-over laments -- ""No one will ever understand how much it hurts ... you almost wish that you could have all that bad stuff back, so that you have the good."" -- one wonders if this song is actually a love letter intended for her abusive ex. But to the video's credit, she does leave the drama-ridden relationship, so we shouldn't have to worry about a reconciliation anytime in the near future (or ever hopefully).

The video may be loaded with adult behaviors, but it wouldn't be Rihanna if she wasn't pushing (or breaking) the boundaries of propriety. (She's even admitted in the past that she doesn't want to be a role model.) So while I wouldn't recommend showing this to any small children, I'd say the clip is mildly entertaining (I mean, who doesn't love a good field rave?), but I could just be bias since I really like this song.

Click on the image below to check out the full music video and see for yourself:

Source: MTV