Rihanna issued a warning to her fans not to play Pokemon Go during her concerts, after she spotted somebody playing the outrageously popular mobile game at a show this weekend.

“I don't want to see you texting your boyfriends or your girlfriends. I don't want to see you catching any Pokémons up in this b***h,” she said as she laid down the law to her audience at a concert in the French city of Lille on Saturday night (July 23rd), in a clip released by Pitchfork the following day.

Pokemon Go had already caused problems at music concerts in France that very week. Two nights before, a young woman was rumbled playing the game on her phone in the front row of a Beyonce concert.

RihannaRihanna has told her fans not to play Pokemon Go while they're at her concerts

A disgruntled fellow concertgoer was videoing a performance by the Queen Bey of ‘Me, Myself and I’ at the Stade de France on Thursday evening - and he kind of lost it.

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“This b***h is playing Pokemon! She’s playing Pokemon when Beyonce’s singing!” the person behind the camera can be heard exclaiming loudly in the shaming video, which very quickly went viral last week. “F****g’ Pokemon. Look at where she is! She’s next to the stage. This is the stage and this b***h is playing Pokemon!”

She's lucky Solange never saw her. Side note I'm never showering again.

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Since it was launched just over three weeks ago, the Pokemon Go craze has spread like wildfire. More than one person has quit their job to become a ‘professional’ Pokemon hunter, one person has crashed into a tree while driving and playing the game, and countless more incidents have occurred with people luring unsuspecting gamers and then physically assaulting them.

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