Rihanna’s Songs, Net Worth, Business: Everything You Need To Know About The Pop Icon
The singer-businesswoman Rihanna topped the trend list of Tuesday in India as she backed the on-going farmers’ protest in the nation. Scroll down to know more about this pop-sensation.
From past few days, the name of singer-businesswoman Rihanna is trending on the Indian search engines. For the uninitiated, Rihanna drew attention through her recent tweets which addressed the on-going farmers’ protest in India. By her tweet, she extended her support and asked her 101M Twitter followers as to why they weren’t talking about farmers’ protest. Though a section of fans from India appreciated the singer for throwing light on the issue, a handful of Twitter users criticised her while asking her to not poke her nose in the “internal matters of India“. A bunch of netizens searched her on Google to know more about her. And, if you are also one of them, here’s an answer to your queries related to Rihanna.
Robyn Rihanna Fenty, aka RiRi, is a Barbadian singer, actress and businesswoman. Born in Barbados, the singer had a difficult childhood because of his father’s alcoholism and crack cocaine addiction. He often used to abuse her mother, which also affected the overall health of Rihanna. Later, after her parents’ divorce, the singer started her career in the music industry at the age of 16. Apart from her music, the actor also turned into an entrepreneur.
As per Forbes, Rihanna’s net worth is $600 million. She also makes money from her cosmetics line Fenty Beauty and Savage x Fenty lingerie line. Her tours, sponsorships, albums, and shows also add to her net worth. Interestingly, Rihanna’s debut scent, Reb’l Fleur, brought in an estimated $ 80 million in sales
Along with these, RiRi is well known for her association with humanitarian, philanthropic, and cultural causes. It is said that RiRi’s charitable Clara Lionel Foundation raised $22.5 million for COVID-19 relief. In 2017, she was named Harvard’s Humanitarian of the year.
Right after Rihanna’s tweet, many other global personalities joined the bandwagon and extended their support to the farmers’ protest; Greta Thunberg, Hasan Minhaj, Lilly Singh, John Cusack and Amanda Cerny are a few to name. Meanwhile, a handful of Indian celebs, including Akshay Kumar and Sachin Tendulkar, joined the Centre’s call to stand united against “propaganda” against India’s policies.