Rihanna, whose full name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, is a Barbadian singer, actress, and businesswoman. She was born on February 20, 1988, in Saint Michael, Barbados.
Rihanna began her music career in 2005 with her debut album “Music of the Sun.” She rose to fame with her third studio album, “Good Girl Gone Bad” in 2007, which spawned the hit singles “Umbrella,” “Don’t Stop the Music,” and “Disturbia.” Since then, she has released several successful albums and singles, including “Loud,” “Talk That Talk,” “Unapologetic,” “Work,” and “Needed Me.”
Apart from her music career, Rihanna has also ventured into acting, appearing in films such as “Battleship,” “Ocean’s 8,” and “Guava Island.” She is also known for her philanthropic work, especially in the areas of education and health, through her Clara Lionel Foundation.
In addition, Rihanna is a successful businesswoman, with several successful ventures including her cosmetics line Fenty Beauty, her lingerie line Savage X Fenty, and her luxury fashion brand Fenty.
Throughout her career, Rihanna has won numerous awards, including nine Grammy Awards, 13 American Music Awards, and 12 Billboard Music Awards, among others. She is widely regarded as one of the most successful and influential artists of her generation.
Pop star advises young fans to worship the devil rather than pray to Jesus
Pop star Rihanna has told a group of children that “praying to Jesus is a waste of time” and that “Satan is the only one that will make your dreams come true.”The singer told a group of her young fans that “asking for help from someone who doesn’t exist is the definition of stupidity” during a visit to her native Barbados. She was speaking at an official ceremony organized by the Barbadian government who had renamed to the street she grew up on in her honor. During the event, where they unveiled the newly-named Rihanna Drive in Bridgetown, Barbados, she took the opportunity to give some advice to young Bajan children who wanted to follow in her footsteps. Speaking to the children in attendance, she said she knew it wasn’t easy being born in Bridgetown, saying:
“it’s a struggle and you have to work twice as hard to achieve anything. “You have to hustle. I’m still hustling, but I am living proof that you can do anything.”If you came here for tips I can give y’all the biggest one straight off.”
“How many of y’all have prayed to Jesus for years, prayed with all your hearts, and got nothing back from him?” Rihanna asked the audience, comprised mostly of children and early teens. “Hands up. Be honest, it’s OK.”After a few of the children raised their hands, the Diamonds singer said: “Jesus doesn’t care about you. “Do you really think He even listening?”He doesn’t even exist!”Hot tip Y’all, because you are my people.”Stop wasting your time: Be efficient, go straight to Satan.”
“Everything you’ve ever dreamed of can be yours, you just have to ask,” Rihanna said before Prime Minister Freundel Stuart hastily changed the topic, and shocked parents began to gather their children and leave.
The Barbados government renamed the street Rihanna grew up on after her
In spite of the light downpour of rain, Rihanna didn’t let it damped her high spirits as she attended the ceremony, smiling and waving to fans as she strolled through the streets of her hometown dripping in expensive jewelry and wearing a luminous yellow dress and huge gold hoops. Rihanna’s Satanic preaching is merely the latest public dalliance the singer has shared with the dark side. After starting her career as a fresh-faced R& B singer, she reinvented her image, embraced dark spirituality, and rode to the top of the pop game while promoting Illuminati symbolism and flashing Satanic hand gestures.
Since establishing herself in the global consciousness as a Devil-worshipping entertainer, Rihanna has attempted to tone down her dark image, however, the disturbing remarks she made in Barbados suggest she is far from a reformed character, and she has openly embraced the darkest forces in society.
The incident has also sparked fears around the world that the Illuminati have moved onto the next phase of their master plan, and have begun using celebrities to openly promote dark spirituality as a viable religious choice for those seeking guidance – and even children.
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