Rihanna has decided to prove to the world that while she loves to poke fun at other people, she does not spare herself.
The fashion mogul and singer took to social media, where she posted a photo of her latest look, which is composed of an orange outfit with light blue sneakers.
For the caption, she opted for a self-deprecating joke about her only flaw — her forehead, according to some people. The diva stated: “my forehead and i…living our best lives.”
Fans loved the fact that Rihanna is bold enough to mock herself. Despite all of her success, Rihanna spent Valentine’s Day alone.
A source told Hollywood Life: “Rihanna is perfectly happy doing her own thing on Valentine’s Day this year, and it’s really just like any other day to her.”
The insider added: “If anything, she’s using this opportunity to make the day about promoting and selling her Savage x Fenty lingerie line to help women boost their confidence and feel good about themselves,” the insider explained. That sentiment also aligns with the Barbadian beauty’s social media who has been flooding her Instagram with jaw-dropping snapshots wearing skimpy pieces from the line. “Rihanna doesn’t need a man to be happy. She’s been having fun since the breakup, going out and just having a good time. She is a true believer that God has a plan for everything, and she knows that things work out how they’re supposed to.”
The person claimed: “This Valentine’s Day is a Friday to Robyn. She is perfectly content with it being a very chill day. She doesn’t want to put any stress to it because she is having a good time being single and doing what she wants to d,o whether that is spending time with friends, working on music, or her other ventures. And when it comes to her going on future dates, she is doing it all on her own terms because that is the person she is, she plays by her own rules. She doesn’t need a day like Valentine’s Day to tell her how she should feel or how she should approach it. She’s good!”
RiRi is confident enough to make a joke like this one. At the beginning of her career, critics used to mention this more.