You won't catch a Pikachu with Rihanna in front of you!

The 28-year-old singer asked her fans to put down their cell phones and to focus on being present at her concert instead of trying to catch 'em all.

At her performance on July 24, Bad Girl RiRi told her fans, "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--ch."

Rihanna's request does not seem like too much to ask after a fan nearly had a meltdown watching a girl try to catch a Pokémon at Beyoncé's concert on July 21 at Stade de France.

"This b---- is finding Pokémon," the fan said while filming the girl in front of him. "She's finding Pokémon when Beyoncé's singing. F---ing Pokémon! Look at where she is. Look at where she is. She's next to the stage!"

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

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He captioned the video that has reached over 32,000 views, "She's lucky Solange never saw her."

But even without Beyoncé's younger sister witnessing the incident, the fan comments on his video say it all.

"How dare she," "HOW COULD ANYONE DO THAT!" and "I would NEVER EVER play that close to Bey. Never ever," are just a few of the reactions.

This concert was still enjoyable though as seen by when the fan's freak out over Pokémon quickly turned into a different freak out, one over Bey as soon as she flashed a smile his way.

"Side note, I'm never showering again," he further added in the caption of the video he took.

And while there's no explanation for why the girl was playing the game during the show, fans on his video were quick to point out that perhaps she wanted a Pokémon to appear on stage so that she could take a picture of the singer with the creature.

You could also argue that she never wanted to be at the concert in the first place and was bored or perhaps she's just simply addicted to the game.

If you aren't already glued to your phone trying to catch Pokémon, when you download the app, you'll soon see why it's so addicting. The new version of the classic '90s game uses augmented reality through your phone's camera to show you a Pokémon near you based on your GPS. When you see the Pokémon, you shoot a Poké Ball to capture it by swiping your finger.

The game is a distraction from what's going on around you, but when you're at a concert like Rihanna's or Beyonce's, please take a break from running that Pokémon Go!