Photo of Rihanna arguing with Saudi bae is now a viral meme

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The source said about the Fenty Beauty creator's relationship: "It was a good relationship, but now it's over". Whether major or minor, it can never be a smooth ride.

Last month a report surfaced that Rihanna broke up with her hunky billionaire boo Hassan Jameel because she "gets exhausted of men sometimes".

After the celebrity couple were captured in what seems to be a very heated exchange.

In the snaps, the Needed Me hitmaker can be seen pointing her finger at Hassan, while he fails to look her in the eye as she speaks.

The two, who were holidaying in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, sat together on a large sunbed.

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Hassan, 29, was pictured explaining something to the Grammy victor and defensively gestured towards his chest as Rihanna pointed her finger in his direction.

The photos may come as a surprise as it was reported in June that the couple had split after more than a year of dating.

Hassan got up and walked away, appearing dejected. That's what she does: Break [s] men's hearts.

Although she has never officially confirmed their romance, Rihanna did touch on her dating life in an interview with Vogue. RiRi's since decided the Saudi businessman is once again deserving of her presence, but that doesn't mean the couple is without their problems.

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