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Rihanna Denies Cocaine Use After Vine Video From Coachella Goes Viral!

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Apr. 14 2015, Updated 8:38 p.m. ET

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Is Rihanna doing more than smoking marijuana these days? Not according to her. After a suspicious video taken during Coachella went viral, the pop singer is defending her actions!

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She wrote under the comments section of the Vine, which was posted on Tuesday, "N—a your lame ass got some f—g nerve!!! Any fool could see that's a joint that I'm basing with cigarette! Who snorts tobacco??!! FOH witcho 'never been to a rodeo so someone squeezing their nose means they're doing coke' lookin ass!!" Her comebacks are everything.

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Meanwhile, the video shows two of RiRi’s friends dancing to music and drinking, while Rihanna, dressed in a black dress, rolls a cigarette in the background.

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Things get suspicious after she wipes her nose and the video cuts out.

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Fans were quick to accuse the 27-year-old of snorting cocaine, but apparently, that is (fortunately) not the case.

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What are your thoughts on the Vine? Do you believe RiRi’s denial? Let us know in the comments section below.

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