Donald J. Trump, a political iconoclast whose magnetic personality and brash rhetoric polarized a nation, will forever be etched in the annals of history as one of the most divisive presidents to ever hold the office. His propensity for making bold and often inflammatory statements, coupled with his steadfast refusal to conform to political correctness, earned him both the adoration and condemnation of millions.
Music superstar Rihanna was one of the many cultural figures to publicly take aim at then-candidate Trump, leveraging her immense platform to voice her opposition to his policies and rhetoric. Her stance reached a fever pitch in 2018 when she issued a cease and desist order, effectively preventing the Trump campaign from using her music at future events.
As a proud immigrant herself, Rihanna has remained steadfast in her opposition to former President Trump’s stance on immigration, using her voice and influence to speak out against the injustices faced by so many. She has taken numerous public stands on the issue, including sharing a powerful photo of herself standing with other women and holding a sign that reads “immigrants.”
“Wherever I go, except for Barbados, I’m an immigrant. But I think it’s important for people to remember, if you love me, everyone out here is just like me. A million Rihannas out there, getting treated like dirt.”
In a recent display of political dissent, international pop icon Rihanna made a bold statement by spray painting a car at the iconic Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, with the message “F**k Donald Trump.” This act of defiance quickly caught the attention of Republican Ronny Jackson, who took to social media platform Truth Social to call for the NFL to remove Rihanna from the coveted halftime show.
“Rihanna spray painted “F### Donald Trump” on a car at the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. 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!”
As news of Rihanna’s spray-painting incident and Ronny Jackson’s call to remove her from the halftime show reached the ears of former President Trump, he did not shy away from offering his thoughts on the matter. In typical fashion, he took to social media to publicly criticize the singer, asserting that she had “no talent.”
“Without her ‘Stylist’ she’d be NOTHING,” he wrote. “Bad everything, and NO TALENT!”
Millions of Rihanna’s fans would undoubtedly disagree with Trump’s opinion given the fact that she sold over 250 million records worldwide. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News as we bring you similar content.
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