Rihanna posted this paparazzi photo on Instagram, then complained about the intrusion using the lyric "I hate these n**gaz more than the Nazi" from Kanye West's song "Flashing Lights."

Rihanna posted this paparazzi photo on Instagram, then complained about the intrusion using the lyric “I hate these n**gaz more than the Nazi” from Kanye West’s song “Flashing Lights.”

*Rihanna has sparked angry reactions from fans by appearing to compare aggressive photographers in New Zealand to Nazi soldiers.

The singer was pictured earlier this week near the window of her hotel room in Auckland wearing just a towel. [See photo above.] She later shared the same image on her Instagram page Tuesday with the message, “I hate these n**gaz more than the Nazi.”

A number of fans immediately took offense to the line, which comes directly from Kanye West’s song “Flashing Lights.”

One follower wrote, “You hate some people who snap a few photos more than people who killed six million?” Another wrote, “When you’re standing in the window in the view of people, don’t blame paparazzi for doing their job. Quit being a brat.”