Amid the long waiting of fans for a brand new comeback, the Umbrella singer Rihanna decided to appear on one of the big...
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Amid the long waiting of fans for a brand new comeback, the Umbrella singer Rihanna decided to appear on one of the biggest magazine Harper's Bazaar's cover and as always, she looked more than stunning.
Of course, the singer-businesswoman didn't forget to give a little hint about her R9 album and promise it will be "worth the wait".
As replied to the patient waiting of her fans for a new album, Rihanna decided to prove how handy she is while changing a lightbulb while wearing her Savage X Fenty undies in a photoshoot for Harper’s Bazaar magazine.
Fellow chart star Bruno Mars recently expressed his interest in the cosmetic lines and sounded like he had prepared to be a model for Fenty skin campaign. The slightly vain Locked Out of Heaven singer tweeted: "Sometimes I get so frustrated writing music I look in the mirror and say to myself."
"I should’ve been a model…Yo @rihanna I’d like to submit some of my headshots for your Fenty Skin Campaign. I just took some new ones that I’m really proud of."
As for any hope of new tunes, the Diamonds singer recently told her fans: "I am always working on music and when I am ready to put it out in the way that I feel fit, it’s gonna come out. And you’re not going to be disappointed when it happens."
"It’s going to be worth it. I’m not just gonna put it out just because people are waiting. It’s taken this long, I’m gonna make it worth it." In the meantime, Rihanna has been busy expanding her fashion and beauty empire with the fresh launch of Fenty Skin last week.
The line, which includes three basic steps for a clear-face routine: a toner, moisturizer and cleansing foam, joins RiRi’s powerful family of Fenty Beauty, lingerie line Savage x Fenty and luxury fashion line Fenty.
Alongside with successful music career, Rihanna is sure a smart businesswoman and knows how to make money. With such a huge amount of property and assets, the industry insiders now estimate that the 32-year-old is doing so well on the way to become a billionaire.
Pauline Rigby, head of corporate law at Forbes Solicitors, revealed: "If the reported figures are anything to go by, the launch of Fenty Skin could easily push Rihanna’s personal net worth beyond billionaire status."
"Luxury brands have shown strong resilience during the pandemic and her collaboration with LVMH is rooted in a track record of exceptional sales." Rigby added: "The addition of Fenty Skin is likely to quickly swell her personal net worth beyond its estimated $600 million (£457 million)."