Followers of Rihanna ripped the singer for comparing photographers to Nazis.

According to MSN.com, the singer was recently photographed in Auckland while standing by a window, wearing nothing but a towel. Which, for Rihanna, could be considered incredibly modest.

She shared the image on Instagram, with a caption saying, "I hate these (N-words) more than the Nazi (sic)."

Right. She didn't like the guy taking her picture, but still showed it to a gazillion people.

The line is apparently from the Kanye West song "Flashing Lights." But we can't blame him, or he'll punch us.

The website said a number of Rihanna's followers complained.

Rihanna performs live on stage at Allphones Arena on October 3, 2013 in Sydney, Australia.
Rihanna performs live on stage at Allphones Arena on October 3, 2013 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

"You hate some people who snap a few photos more than people who killed six million," said one follower. "When you're standing in the window in the view of people, don't blame paparazzi for doing their job," another wrote. "Quit being a brat."

Yeah. What they said.

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