Last Monday, January 31st, singer Rihanna took the whole world by surprise by publicly announcing that she is expecting her first child from rapper A$AP Rocky! With the right to a special photo shoot released by People magazine, the news quickly became the most talked about topic on the internet.
To keep the hype of the novelty high, Riri shared today, Wednesday, February 2nd, on her Instagram profile a new photo of her beautiful pregnant belly. Look:
“how the gang got to black history month”, the artist wrote in the caption. To date, the post has accumulated more than 4.4 million likes, proving that Rihanna is a hit everywhere!
how the gang pulled up to black history month pic.twitter.com/gprFgyP3Xm
— Rihanna (@rihanna) February 3, 2022
Rihanna via Instagram. ? pic.twitter.com/uEJ5d2Fvzl
— RIHANNA.com.br (@RihannaNoBrasil) February 3, 2022
In other related news, while the world waits for Rihanna‘s new album, the singer and businesswoman continues to grow in the business and fashion world, and is also doing something good for the planet, donating US$ 15 million to the fight to climate change.
The million-dollar donation was made through the Clara Lionel Foundation, created by Rihanna in 2012, and benefits 18 organizations across the United States and the Caribbean that support the climate justice movement. The organizations supported by Rihanna’s donation are led by women, youth, black, indigenous and LGBTQIA+ communities.
“Climate disasters, which are growing in frequency and intensity, do not impact all communities equally, with communities of color and island nations facing the brunt of climate change“, Rihanna said in a statement.
we are partnering with 18 organizations across the U.S. & Caribbean to support the climate justice movement.
these grants support entities focused on & led by women, youth, Black, Indigenous, people of color & LGBTQIA+ communities. pic.twitter.com/PZKmltln8M
— Rihanna (@rihanna) January 26, 2022
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Rihanna’s donation is a partnership with Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey and his #StartSmall fund, which focuses on groups with women, LGBTQIA+ people, people of color and indigenous leaders as these are the communities most affected by the global climate crisis.