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Rihanna Makes Huge Fashion Blunder With Fur Collar

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Oh Jesus, please tell me that isn’t REAL FUR!! Pop star Rihanna is pictured here wearing what looks to be a fur collar and we can’t determine if it’s real or fake. Nowadays it’s hard to tell the difference – although many times faux is still derived from animals.

While Rihanna is really good about raising money for charity, we know that animal issues aren’t really a big concern to her. In fact, after Rihanna and Chris Brown were caught kissing in a Florida KFC, the company sent a letter to the couple saying: “Clearly, like our founder Colonel Sanders, you two know how to kick it up a few degrees. We could feel the heat – literally – in our restaurant that night. So much so that we’d like to invite you and Chris back to any KFC for a free meal.”

Do we have any fur experts out there? If you think you can spot the real stuff, chime in and share your thoughts!

via: justjared.com

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