Recently, people have started ‘cancelling’ Rihanna after she was caught using a song containing Islamic Hadith as background music during the launch of her Savage X Fenty Lingerie Line. The singer hasn’t released her own music in a while and is seen solely focusing on her makeup and lingerie line.
On Friday, it was seen that the “Diamond” singer used a track containing Islamic Hadith in her background. Although Rihanna is known for inclusivity, this act is backlashing her whole career as the people around the globe are not having it.
The song that was played is called ‘Doom’ which is produced by a London producer named Coucou Chloe. The Hadith used as background talks about dooms day and the signs of dooms day. As this was being observed, the hashtag, #Rihannaisoverparty started trending on Twitter and here is what people had to say about it:
The London Producer, Coucou Chloe acknowledged this and headed on to Twitter to apologize about the matter and this is what she said:
Even though Coucou Chloe has apologized, Rihanna and her team haven’t responded to the matter yet.