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Sunday 30 August 2015

Rihanna ‘not kicked out of Kings of Leon show’

Published 11/07/2013

Rihanna
Rihanna

Rihanna was not escorted out of the Poland concert for making a scene, a source says.

The singer sparked rumours she had to be escorted out of the Heineken Open'er Festival in Gdynia after causing a scene.

Video circulated online of the Diamonds hitmaker wobbling as she walked around the side of the stage.

A burly man is seen grabbing hold of her arm before appearing to help her out the door.

Reports suggested the man was one of several security guards on site who wanted Rihanna off the premises.

However, a source told Us Weekly that’s not the case.

"She just had a good time at the festival. She definitely did NOT get kicked out,” the insider said.

Rihanna headlined the Heineken Open'er Festival this week.

She’s said to be on good terms with the Grammy-winning Use Somebody rockers Jared, Caleb, Nathan and Matthew Followill.

“Rihanna had a blast at the concert. She loves Kings of Leon, and they love her!” another source added.

The pop star made sure fans also knew she had a great time at the show.

She took to Twitter this week to gush over the Kings’ performance, as Us reports.

"Easily the best night of our lives! To the Kings, we love you for life! Thank you always! #KingsOfLeon..." Rihanna wrote.

She also walked away with a drumstick from Nathan.

"Caught this tonight...well, kinda! #KingsOfLeon," she added alongside a picture of the percussion mallet.

The band members have yet to comment on the alleged incident.

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