Aside from Jeremy Lin topping Time Magazine’s List of 100 Most Influential People, music’s biggest pop stars, Adele and Rihanna made the list as well. Earning six Grammy’s for the success of her second album, 21, Adele also showed an incredible amount of courage coming back from her vocal cord surgery in 2012. On the other hand, Rihanna consistently sits at the top of the music charts, but we continue to ask ourselves if her smoking weed habits take into any account of her being influential…

Find out who’s head Rihanna used to roll a blunt after the jump.

If you weren’t aware of Rihanna’s crazy antics over the weekend at Coachella during Calvin Harris’ set, she was spotted on the shoulders of her bodyguard with a pile of weed on top of his head. Does this make her any less influential? Let us know below.

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