Donald Trump isn’t a fan of Rihanna and believes she’s bad at everything.
The former president of the United States made the declaration on Thursday (February 9) on his failing social media app Truth Social.
“Without her “Stylist” she’d be NOTHING. Bad everything, and NO TALENT!” Trump posted on his Truth Social account
Trump’s comments were in response to a post by his former White House doctor, and Texas Republican congressman Ronny Jackson. As you know, the Barbadian native has been tapped as the headliner for this year’s Super Bowl Halftime show. While most music fans are ecstatic about the Pop singer’s first live show in years, Jackson believes Ri should not be allowed to perform at the prestigious event for disrespecting Trump in 2020.
“She’s made a career of spewing degenerate filth while badmouthing America every chance she gets. Why is the NFL showcasing this crap? Rihanna SHOULD NOT be the halftime performer!!”
During an act of protest in 2020, which she called “art,” Rihanna spray painted “f-ck Donald Trump” on a car at a ranch in Amarillo, Texas. She also clashed with the Supreme MAGA leader in 2018 when he played her music at one of his “tragic rallies.”
Regardless of what Trump and his minions want, Ri will be performing at Sunday’s Apple Music Halftime show. Her fans quipped on social media that her first performance in nearly six years was going to be a huge Fenty ad, but A$AP Rocky confirmed she’s been working on new music and is happy to be back.
“The Super Bowl is huge, and her being the creative she is, she going to bring it. Man, I’m excited. I’m more excited than everybody else, honestly,” Rocky said during a recent interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music.
While speaking with Nadeska Alexis the Umbrella singer revealed she’s “been so focused” on her stage return and is yet to sleep.
“I have yet to sleep. We were working at the venue all last night and I kinda just stayed there and ended up in a prep and somehow, I’m here at a press conference right now […] I’ve been so focused on the Super Bowl that I forgot my birthday’s coming up. I totally forgot about Valentine’s Day. It’s a lot of preparation, a lot of moving parts.”
The Bejan legend credits mother hood as the motivating force behind her decision to perform during the Halftime Show.
“When you become a mom, there’s something that just happens where you feel you can take on the world. You can do anything […] So, as scary as that was ’cause I haven’t been on the stage in seven years, there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all and it’s important for me to do this this year. It’s important for representation and it’s important for my son to see that.”