Rihanna in Brasilia (2011)
Singer Rihanna performs during a concert as part of her tour for her latest album "Loud" in Nilson Nelson gymnasium in Brasilia September 21, 2011.

I saw you screaming when no one can hear. You always feel ashamed that someone could be that important that without them, you feel like nothing.

This is the opening voice-over to Rihanna's latest music video for her latest single, 'We Found Love.'

The track will undoubtedly be a chart topper; it ticks all the boxes to become a commercial success plus a few more.

However, the video to the track which dropped yesterday is considerably more controversial. It depicts Rihanna and Dudley O'Shaughnessy - a British boxer - partaking in a multitude of illicit and illegal acts.

In the video, Rihanna can be seen swallowing unmarked pills, smoking what looks like marijuana, publically stripping, stealing goods and vandalising.

The song is probably one of the most talked about in the country following the Barbadian being told to "find God" after running naked through an Irish farmers field. This highly controversial video won't end it either with Twitter alive with comments.

One tweet said: "cant stop watching @rihanna's we found love video, its by far her best yet!"

One YouTube comment slated the video however, saying: "Really RiRi you call that love? I used to like some of your music but this video is just disgusting I'm sorry to tell. Seems a bad 90´s documentary about drugs... I'm 20 years old and I found it inappropriate. Sorry."

Whatever you think of the video, you have to admit there's a strong buzz surrounding it.