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Not Again! Rihanna More Than Two Hours Late For Concert, Fans Accuse Her Of Being On Drugs

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Jun. 17 2013, Published 6:51 p.m. ET

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Is Rihanna spiraling out of control?

Her hard partying has already made her late to several European concerts, as RadarOnline.com has reported. But despite those embarrassments and increasingly tepid reviews, she had no problem partying all night with model Cara Delevigne in London on Sunday the night before her concert in Birmingham, for which she showed up more than two hours late.

Rihanna and Cara were out and about in London on Sunday, partying at Bouijs nightclub with Rihanna's brother, Rorrey, and her assistant, Melissa Forde, until 3 a.m.

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When Cara left the club, she appeared dazed and had a suspicious white powder splattered across her lap. Cara was also spotted last month dropping a bag of white powder in front of her apartment after another late night out.

The next day, fans were kept waiting at Rihanna's scheduled 8 pm appearance in Birmingham.

"£60 a ticket and @rihanna turns up late, druggie b***h," user

Others aired their frustrations as well:

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Rihanna finally went on stage around 10:30 pm local time, but was she worth the wait? Reviews for Birmingham aren't in yet, but Sunday night's concert at Twickenham was panned by London's Standard.

"It didn't quite feel historic and at times, Rihanna even appeared a bit bored," the reviewer wrote. "…As her penchant for casually singing over the top of her own records at shows suggests, Rihanna wasn't the most vigorous performer, and she looked dead-eyed …Rihanna deserves a break and so do we."

She's not likely to get it, since her tour is set to wrap up on November 15 in New Orleans -- if she makes it that far.

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