Rihanna continues to ruffle feathers with her social networks after she sent out (and quickly deleted) a pro-Palestine message on her Twitter account today (July 15).
Rihanna and Dwight Howard now have something in common. They both say the wrong things on social media.
Even if you weren’t paying attention to the World Cup, if you follow Rihanna on Twitter, you likely know how the game went down.
Germany, Portugal, Ghana — these are the teams the United States was pitted against in the first round of this year’s FIFA World Cup. Soccer fans both casual and diehard came out of the woodwork to support the U.S. home team, including a fair share of high profile musicians and celebrities.
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“When there’s no changing the fact that I’m me, and they’re well… they’re them.”
First Instagram didn’t want to see her nipples and now the U.K. doesn’t want to see her perfume ad. At least, not everywhere.
Right before the world was shocked and stunned from Rihanna’s see thru gown at the Fashion Icon Awards, Beyonce decided to post some risque pictures that probably made you look twice.
There are no more inspirational quotes. There are no more massive joints. There are no more phucks to give (or not give, more accurately). There is nothing to see, there is nothing to heart, for Rihanna no longer has an Instagram account. Yet on the evening of June 2, Instagram was flooded with topless photos of the star. So, what happened?
Rihanna was honored as the Fashion Icon of the Year by the Council of Fashion Designers of America last night (June 2), and the see-through dress she showed up in made it transparent why she deserved the honor.