The Hill reports:
Former President Trump criticized singer Rihanna on Thursday ahead of her planned performance at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday. “Without her “Stylist” she’d be NOTHING. Bad everything, and NO TALENT!” Trump posted on his Truth Social account.
Trump’s post came in response to a post on the social media platform from Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas) saying that Rihanna should not be the performer. Jackson criticized the singer for spray-painting criticism of Trump on a car at a ranch in Amarillo, Texas, in 2020.
Rihanna and Trump have clashed before. She won a legal victory over Trump in 2018 when her performing rights company, Broadcast Music Inc., informed the then-president that he could no longer use her music at his rallies.
Read the full article. “No talent” Rihanna, about whose music I’m indifferent, has sold 250 million albums and landed fourteen #1 singles, placing her fourth on the all-time list of most #1 singles behind the Beatles, Mariah Carey, and Elvis Presley.
Trump attacks Rihanna ahead of Super Bowl: “Without her Stylist she’d be NOTHING” https://t.co/eQhjhYGcRI pic.twitter.com/UyZMnaXh0f
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