Pop star Rihanna has been gathering all the limelight ever since she extended her support in support of farmers’ protests in India. The 32-year-old singer trended on social media after posting a tweet and asked why people are not talking about the ongoing movement against farm laws. Rihanna, who will be a year old on February 20, often catches eyeballs with her posts on Twitter. It became highly publicized with his controversial tweet on Chris Brown or God, the best-selling artist making headlines.
Rihanna – Chris Brown Break-Up
Rihanna and Brown’s relationship and ugly break-up became the talk of the town. The ‘Kiss Kiss’ singer attacked Rihanna after a pre-Grammy party in 2009, which left her with a bruised lip and facial injuries. A five-year restrictive order was issued by a judge requiring Brown to be at least 50 yards from his ex-girlfriend. The former couple resolved their highly publicized domestic violence case after resolving their differences. However, destiny had other plans for them as Brown confirmed in an interview in 2013 that they are no longer together.
The ‘Look At Me Now’ singer shared a birthday post for Rihanna in 2018. He posted a tiring photo of Riri on Instagram to wish him.
When Rihanna called God ‘Niga’
When he posted a tweet that said, “God, Thig Nigo Tho!” His post as Niga sparked controversy, which is an ethnic slope against black people.
She was literally begged on social media to stop her fans from using the racist n-word in her post. The Barbadian songwriter used the term ‘derogatory’ to refer to a child on a micro-blogging site.
When Rihanna was accused of cultural appropriation
Rihanna, who launched her cosmetics brand ‘Fenty’ in 2017, faced flak for using Islamic hadith in one of her fashion shows. Many Twitter users slammed the pop star for using a music track that contained Islamic phrases during her show.
Rihanna released a statement on her Insta story, after which she was heavily criticized for playing the song in the Savage x Fenty Lingri show in 2020. He apologized for his ‘honest yet careless mistake’ and thanked the Muslim community for a ‘massive oversight’, which was spontaneously outrageous. ‘”I don’t play with any disrespect towards God or any religion and so the use of the song in our project was completely irresponsible,” she wrote.
When Rihanna was asked to leave a mosque
The ‘We Found Love’ singer sparked controversy when she shared photos from her photo-shoot at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. The mosque management issued a statement stating that ‘inappropriate pictures’ were asked to leave after clicking on the spot. Rihanna performed at a concert in Abu Dhabi.
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