Rihanna Shares Anti-Trump Graffiti Artwork

Written by on August 15, 2020

Rihanna is utilizing her artwork to make a political assertion.

Final evening, the celebrity as soon as once more shared her disdain for President Donald Trump by posting her anti-Trump art work on Instagram. Rihanna visited Cadillac Ranch, a public artwork set up in Amarillo, Texas, the place she scrawled “F**ok Trump” in graffiti on one of many 10 classic Cadillacs.

Sporting a psychedelic Fenty hoodie and multi-colored sneakers, the singer crouched alongside the automotive at evening whereas spray-painting her message. “Artwork,” she captioned the three photographs, together with the hashtag #81days, a reference to the quantity of days till Trump and Joe Biden face off within the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3.

When a fan requested what she was counting all the way down to, she responded, “ELECTION!!! Get up! Keep woke!”

The submit had over 2.7 million likes together with her ex Chris Brown, who confirmed his approval with the OK hand emoji.

Rihanna has by no means been afraid to talk her thoughts with regards to her political views. She has referred to as out the President on a number of events together with his immigration ban and following the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio final 12 months. In 2018, she additionally demanded that he cease taking part in her music at his rallies.

Earlier this 12 months, she took a shot at Trump when a fan requested in regards to the standing of her long-awaited album. “If one in every of y’all motherf**kers ask me in regards to the album another time after I’m attempting to save lots of the world not like y’all President…” she stated on Instagram Reside.

The Fenty mogul continues to present again. She has donated thousands and thousands of {dollars} in the course of the pandemic by means of her Clara Lionel Basis to assist help home abuse victims, frontline healthcare employees, and first responders.

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