Rihanna Shows off Fenty Accessories and Sparkling Jewelry as She Makes Pasta during Quarantine
Rihanna drove her fans wild after she shared a clip of her cooking during the lockdown.
Rihanna appeared to be having the time of her life during the COVID-19 lockdown when she posted a video of her cooking in her kitchen on social media.
[Rihanna’s] court battle with her father, Ronald Fenty, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While fans were impressed by her apparent cooking skills, what grabbed their attention was the outfit of choice. The Savage X Fenty lingerie brand founder looked elegant in the bra and black pajama bottoms outfit that she complimented with a silky black robe.
Soon after she ate the pasta she cooked, the tone of the video shifted to show the “Wild Thoughts” crooner in sultry lingerie as she smoked.
Next, fans got to see the business mogul trying out her Fenty products in the clip, which has been viewed over 17 million times in the last 18 hours.
The eye-catching post comes a couple of days after Daily Mail revealed that the 32-year-old’s court battle with her father, Ronald Fenty, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The case, which was supposed to kick off on June 23, has been adjourned to September 22.
Thus, fans would have to wait a while to see how Rihanna’s lawsuit against her father for using the family name to promote his venture, Fenty Entertainment, would turn out.
Meanwhile, Daily Mail also reported that the singer had to call her fans to order amid their constant demands for new music as her last album “Anti” was released back in 2016.
The call-out occurred during an Instagram Live that saw the “Man Down” crooner tell her fans to stop asking her for a new single while she was focused on “trying to save the world.”
One of the ways that Rihanna has “saved the world” in recent times was to partner with Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, to donate $4.2million (£3.4million) to assist domestic violence victims in Los Angeles amid the pandemic.The “Work” singer made her $2.1 million (£1.7million) donation to the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles through her Clara Lionel Foundation.