Rihanna has dropped another big cash bomb on the coronavirus crisis a week after teaming up with JAY-Z to give millions to domestic violence charities battling the health crisis in Los Angeles.
This time, the Umbrella singer has joined forces with her mentor JAY-Z and Dorsey again to give $6.2 million to COVID-19 relief efforts.
He was the first to sign Rihanna in 2004, when he was president of Def Jam, and he’s been featured on her hits “Umbrella” and “Talk That Talk,” while she sang on his 2009 smash “Run This Town.”
The pair were rumored to be romantically linked in 2005 — before him was married to Beyoncé. The high-profile singers were accompanied at the restaurant by a “few security guards hanging around the terrace.”
Rihanna has announced the money will benefit organizations in the United States, the Caribbean and sub-Saharan Africa, like Doctors Without Borders and the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.