RNB sensation Rihanna is under fire after being accused of cultural appropriation.
Moreover, Rihanna is receiving intense criticism after she used one Islamic Hadith at one of her Fenty Fashion shows.
The superstar’s famous lingerie show takes place every year, renowned as the Savage x Fenty show. And it receives a massive fan following with viewers anticipating to get a glimpse. Meanwhile, Amazon Prime released the footage last Friday. It featured a very small lineup of models but they were all superstars.
Some of the names include supermodels Bella Hadid as well as Irina Shayk. At the same time, singer Lizzo kept the audience entertained. While you’d expect someone like Rihanna to celebrate diversity, this comes as a major surprise for many fans and followers around the world.
Today, she is getting called out for making use of a single that actually contains very sacred phrases from the Islamic religion.
And to use that in a fashion show is an absolute disgrace.Reports confirmed how hadiths are actually sayings from the holy religion. Moreover, they are used as a form of guidance for all of those that follow the sacred Islamic faith.
When it came to the track itself, it was titled as ‘Doom.’ And it was produced by a producer from London, Coucou Chloe. It used vocal tracings from the Islamic sayings. At the same time, it was remixed with some dance beats to give a new look to the music.
The show’s release sparked outrage with Twitter users, resulting in a rather heated debate. Rihanna got criticized for including such a music track in such a bold and exposed show. People called her out for using it in her ‘lingerie’ themed event.
Many fans were disappointed at Rihanna’s stance on the entire occasion. They even went as far as labeling her as the perfect example of cultural appropriation. As far as the singer’s position is concerned, she still didn’t release any comments from her side.