Rihanna's show in Berlin didn't get off to the best start on Sunday evening, with fans booing the singer when she left them waiting for more than two hours.
The 'Diamonds' singer was due to arrive on stage in Berlin, Germany, at 9pm but left fans waiting for two and a half hours, finally gracing the stage at 11:30pm. According to NME.com, disgruntled fans began booing and chanting as they waited for the singer, with some shouting: "Check your watch," and another saying: "Get on the f**king stage."
After DJs Congo Rock and Reflex had finished their set, the audience were treated to taped songs from the likes of Jessie J. When RiRi eventually took to the stage after a special 777 promo, fans seemed to have forgiven the singer's terrible punctuality and quickly got into the swing of the show.
"Berlin what's popping, how you guys doing tonight?" Rihanna said, later attempting to learn the German language by asking the audience how to say "hot."
Rihanna arrived in London late last night via her tour plane on which she has been accompanied by 150 fans and journalists as she jets across the world to seven different countries over a week. The songstress will be streaming the London show on YouTube from 9pm, before jetting back to the US to perform the last date in New York.
The tour plane was thrown into chaos yesterday during the flight from Berlin to London when an Australian journalist streaked up and down the plane in an attempt to get the singer to come out and speak to them.
Footage filmed by Fuse.tv shows the man covering his manhood with one hand as he runs through the plane completely naked to chants such as "just one quote!" and "I need a headline!" in a last-ditch attempt to get Rihanna to speak to them.
"So yeah, the #777tour plane staged a revolution against Rihanna on flight between Berlin and London," Jason Newman from Fuse.tv tweeted.