Rhianna apologized for her mistake in Savage X Fenty show

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Sometimes stars get so famous that even their single statement can lead to riots and in the same way it can lead to various good deeds too. But this time a huge star Rihanna did something that could lead to riots if there has not been an apology by Rhianna soon.

It all started when Rhianna sang a song in a show of her named as Savage X Fenty show. And it turned out that this song that she sang was very offensive to the Muslim community.

This Savage x Fenty show of Rhianna streams on Amazon Prime but this time, when this show of Rhianna was streamed this weekend a song named Doom was featured. This song is made by a producer named Coucou Chloe and he is a London – based producer. According to reports, “The hadith, a written record of the sayings and actions of the Prophet Mohammed and his closest companions, is considered extremely sacred to Muslims, and comes second only to the Quran in terms of textual authority.”

Rihanna after knowing this and to avoid any sort of dispute issued an apology to the Muslim community as early as she could and Rhianna said, “I’d like to thank the Muslim community for pointing out a huge oversight that was unintentionally offensive in our Savage X Fenty show. I would, more importantly, like to apologize to you for this honest, yet careless mistake. We understand that we have hurt many of our Muslim brothers and sisters, and I’m incredibly disheartened by this,” Rihanna posted on her Story. I do not play with any kind of disrespect toward God or any religion and therefore the use of the song in our project was completely irresponsible! Moving forward we will make sure nothing like this happens again. Thank you for your forgiveness and understanding, Rih.”

Robyn Rihanna Fenty conceived February 20, 1988, is a Barbadian artist, entertainer, and financial specialist. Conceived in Saint Michael and brought up in Bridgetown, Barbados, Rihanna was found by American record maker Evan Rogers who welcomed her to the United States to record demo tapes. In the wake of marking with Def Jam in 2005, she before long picked up acknowledgment with the arrival of her initial two studio collections, Music of the Sun (2005) and A Girl like Me (2006), the two of which were affected via Caribbean music and topped inside the best ten of the US Billboard 200 graph.