- Rihanna took to social media to welcome Joe Biden as the newly-elected President of the US
- Rihanna congratulated both the president and vice-president, Kamala Harris, as well as the people of America
- Rihanna strongly believes that this was a choice that'll evoke necessary change which is inclusive of all
Rihanna, like many other celebrities, took to social media to welcome Joe Biden as the newly-elected President if the US. Biden has received endless support from A-list celebs.
Taking to social media, Rihanna expressed her pride in Biden winning the elections and made it clear that she believes he is the start of a promising new beginning.
Rihanna congratulated both the President and vice-president, Kamala Harris, as well as the people of America. These elections will go down in history and the people of America are looking forward to some positive change that ooze equality.
“The faces of history makers, boundary breakers, and WINNERS!! CONGRATULATIONS to you both, and mostly to the American people!! So much work to do, so much hurt to undo! Let’s GO! I’m so proud of you America! #VicePresident #President46”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the tense US election saw Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden winning the hearts of Americans as he clinched the number one position, trouncing President Donald Trump.
The Americans who cast their votes for the 77-year-old politician did so for varying reasons and the president-elect is very grateful for the opportunity to serve. After he was declared president-elect, he sent a thank you message to all those who picked him over Trump.
In a victory speech in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday, November 7, Biden, who will be the 46th president, said he was humbled by the trust America had placed in him.
It was also reported that a CNN news commentator has broken into tears on live TV while explaining what Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 presidential election means to Americans.
Van Jones was asked about his thoughts on Biden's landmark victory against President Donald Trump and emotionally said the country will have peace once again.
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