Rihanna 'Goodnight Gotham' video: Singer ran right into a huge crowd of fans for minute-long clip

One person in the clip says: 'It's the craziest thing you've ever done'

Jack Shepherd
Sunday 31 July 2016 11:45
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Rihanna has released the music video for Anti bonus-track, “Goodnight Gotham”, a song that is in no way related to the upcoming DC film Suicide Squad.

The minute-long clip shows the singer doing the “craziest thing she’s ever done”: running into a mob of fans and paparazzi while in Paris.

As she runs in slow motion to the track, which sample’s Florence + the Machine’s “Only If For A Night”, the crowd sprint towards her, screaming at the top of their lungs.

Eventually, they lift Rihanna upon their shoulders, snapping as many photographs as possible, all before she’s rushed back into her protected vehicle.

The singer recently made headlines after calling on fans to stop playing Pokémon Go at her concerts, a statement that was made following a video of a Beyoncé fan playing the game at the front of a concert went viral.

She told the French crowd: "I don't want to see you catching any Pokémons up in this b*tch.”

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