Pop superstar Rihanna returned to the list of trends just a few days after her Super Bowl Halftime Show performance nearly rocked the Internet. Why, you inquire? Now, it wasn’t just any shot; the singer most recently appeared on the cover of British Vogue. In the photo shoot, Rihanna is holding her little boy.
The singer posted a sweet photo of her and her young son along with the caption:
“My son is great! I’m not sure! Mommy had no idea how crazy both of my babies were in these pictures. We are incredibly grateful to British Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Eninful and photographer Inezand Vinoodh for honouring our family.” But, one Instagram user tried to trolling Rihanna by criticising her for calling her baby “fine” in the comments area of her photo. “Riri IK you did not just say fine,” the Instagram user remarked. Rihanna’s reply: “AF.” IYKYK.
For the Super Bowl Halftime Concert, she played her well-known songs Where Have You Been, Diamonds, We Found Love, Umbrella, and Run This Town. During the performance, the singer also announced that she is expecting her second child.
Rihanna, real name Robyn Rihanna Fenty, is a Barbadian pop and rhythm-and-blues (R&B) singer who rose to fame in the early 21st century. She is mark for her distinctive and versatile vocals as well as her stylish style. She was mark for her fashion and beauty lines.
Rihanna grew up listening to American R&B and hip-hop as well as Caribbean music like reggae. She really loved singing, and she performed a Mariah Carey song to win a talent competition at her high school. Rihanna formed a girl group with two pals around the same time, and in 2004 she caught the eye of American record producer Evan Rogers. He assisted Fenty with the recording of a demo, which led to an interview with rapper Jay-Z, who at the time was the chairman of the Def Jam record company. Jay-Z quickly signed the up-and-coming vocalist. She decided to use Rihanna as her stage name for her professional career.