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The edit came after the song was banned from the BBC's flagship station before 7pm earlier this month (Feb11) - and Rihanna is less than impressed with the latest development.

After one fan on Twitter.com informed her of the situation, Rihanna wrote in a post on her page: "Are you f**king kidding me??? I'm on it!"

And when asked if she approved of the new title, the singer replied, "Absolutely NOT!!!"

Rihanna's suggestive single has stirred up controversy around the world - the accompanying music video, in which she sucks on a banana and ties a man to a bed, has been banned in 11 countries.