Rihanna wants to save the world and not talk about her album

Rihanna wants to save the world and not talk about her album

- Rihanna lets her fans know that she has more important things to worry about than her new album

- She told them during a live deed that she was trying to save the world

- Fans have been waiting for her new album since 2016

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Rihanna let her fans know that she has only one priority, to save the world. She told her fans to stop asking about her new album during a live online session on Instagram.

She told fans:

“If one of y’all motherf*ckers ask me about the album one more time when I’m tryna save the world unlike y’all president... on sight!”

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Briefly.co.za learned that Rihanna has not dropped an album since 2016 and fans are eager for her latest tracks.

The live session came shortly after she announced that she was donating $4.2 million (R75 million)to help domestic abuse victims.

Rihanna and Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey, have seen the shocking increase in domestic violence cases as a result of coronavirus lockdowns taking place all over the world, and they are doing something about it.

Domestic violence is an evil on its own and locking people in their homes with abusers to fight this virus has only heightened it.

Briefly.co.za saw how Rihanna and Jack have joined forces to do their part in helping protect those who feel even more unsafe in their homes than they would on the streets with this virus. Rihanna and Jack announced that they have donated $4.2 million (R75 million) towards the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles in the fight against domestic violence.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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