Fenty Shoe Designer Amina Muaddi Slams Rumours That A$AP Rocky Cheated on Rihanna With Her: "Fake Gossip"

Fenty Shoe Designer Amina Muaddi Slams Rumours That A$AP Rocky Cheated on Rihanna With Her: "Fake Gossip"

  • Fenty footwear designer, Amina Muaddi has finally broken her silence about the scathing allegations made about her
  • Rumours have been circulating on social media claiming that A$AP Rocky cheated on his baby mama Rihanna with her
  • Some social media users are quite upset at how quickly false news spreads and how Amina's career was almost destroyed because of rumours

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Amina Muaddi, the woman accused of being involved with A$AP Rocky has finally broken her silence on the cheating rumours.

The Fenty shoe designer took to social media on Friday to finally dispel the vicious rumours that have painted her in a bad light.

Rihanna, Fenty shoe designer, Amina Muaddi, issues statement, denies, ASAP Rocky, "Unfounded rumours"
Rihanna, Fenty shoe designer, Amina Muaddi, issues statement, denies, ASAP Rocky, "Unfounded rumours"
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A Twitter user first spread the rumour that A$AP Rocky was caught cheating by Rihanna who is currently pregnant with their first child on Thursday, 14 April. The user went on to claim that after finding out about the infidelity, Rihanna ended the relationship, according to ENews.

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Amina issued a statement on several of her social media accounts to address the claims about her and the Fashion Killer singers.

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The footwear designer began the statement by saying she did not think a rumour that was started with such malicious intent needed to be addressed.

Amina said she thought the rumour would not be taken seriously, however, in the past 24 hours she realised that was not the case.

"I've been reminded that we live in a society that is so quick to speak on topics, regardless of factual basis and that nothing is off-limits," wrote Amina.

Amina said that she felt the need to address the rumours because they also involve two people that she respects. She ended her statement that she will continue to mind her business while Rihanna continues to live her "best-dressed pregnancy life".

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Read the full statement here:

Social media users weigh in on Amina Muaddi's statement

@SuzyQ47164871 said:

"I know you didn't do that to her...we as women need to stand together and not cheat with him. You better than that right?"

@OfonimeAkpan13 said:

"Yall see what you started?? believing everything you see on Twitter without doing your research."

@NectarAmbrosie said:

"A good lesson to stop believing everything you read or hear on the internet. People are evil I swear, wanting to destroy ppl's lives for giggles. Celebrities are human beings too."

@DukeDansel2311 said:

"Those always fishing for bad news it's a lie wai. Rih and ASAP are good. Shame!!!!!!"

@elletrjo said:

"God, the internet is awful and almost ruined this woman’s career."

Close source to Rihanna and A$AP Rocky says the couple is fine

Briefly News previously reported that the internet has been having a total meltdown since the rumours about Rihanna and A$AP Rocky's relationship ending started circulating.

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The pair has been trending since Thursday after a few Twitter accounts claimed that Rihanna dumped her beau after she caught him cheating with Fenty shoe designer, Amina Muaddi.

According to TMZ, a close source to the couple says the rumours are completely untrue and the couple, who is expecting their first child together is still together.

Source: Briefly News

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