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Rihanna joins ex Travis Scott at strip club

Published 17/05/2016

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Rihanna enjoyed splurging on exotic dancers following her Texas tour stop.

Rihanna spent thousands of dollars showering dancers at a strip club early Monday morning (16May16) as she partied with her former flame Travis Scott.

The Pour It Up singer brought her Anti World Tour to Houston, Texas' Toyota Center on Sunday (15May16), and she staged the concert after-party at a local strip joint, called V Live. The star brought along her best friend Melissa Forde and Houston native Travis, who also serves as Rihanna's opening act.

According to TMZ, the singer arrived around 3.30am local time, and reportedly handed out about $15,000 (£10,400) in the two hours she and her posse spent at the venue.

Various videos posted on TMZ and social media show Rihanna, wearing a Star Trek T-shirt, jeans, and sunglasses, eagerly tossing stacks of bills at the female dancers. At one point, the ladies even showed off their skills while performing to the star's hits Work and Needed Me.

Travis and Rihanna were not spotted together in the footage posted online. The two first sparked romance rumours last autumn (15) and reportedly split earlier this year (16). Neither confirmed the relationship.

Meanwhile, Rihanna took to Instagram shortly after the Houston concert to thank her fans, writing, "HOUSTON It don't get no betta than the way y'all went up tonight!!! Thank you from the bottom of my lil ratchet heart."

In addition to posting footage of herself during the concert, Rihanna also shared a clip of a bearded, white male enthusiastically singing her track B**ch Better Have My Money in the audience. She simply added the caption, "Meanwhile in Houston..."

She certainly started her week in style - Rihanna also scored her 29th Billboard Hot 100 top 10 on Monday, tying Michael Jackson for the third most top 10 hits in the countdown's history.

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