Rihanna’s Fenty sued $10m for playing ‘wrong’ song at fashion show
Written by crest887fm on August 14, 2021
Rihanna’s beauty company, Fenty, has been sued for $10m by an artiste who says a song considered offensive by the Muslim community was played at its fashion show last year.
The artist, who sought anonymity states that Fenty ignored the express instruction to not use a version of the song containing some chants of Islamic text at the show.
However, contrary to agreement, the version with Hadith was played at the event resulting in immediate backlash from the Muslim community.
In response, Rihanna tendered an apology to the Muslim community on her Instagram stories.
Despite the apologies, the artiste claimed that she had been receiving death threats over the song since the show was aired to millions of people.