Singer Rihanna, who is also a strong businesswoman doesn't bother to "slapback" at the followers who despite the voting...
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Singer Rihanna, who is also a strong businesswoman doesn't bother to "slapback" at the followers who despite the voting and say "Voting won't change anything." She shared her straightforward thoughts about it, especially to those with such a "stereotype" mindset and don't believe in what a community could do.
The singer took to the social media site on June 2 to share a post that included the names of states that are having their primary elections today and encouraged her fans to vote in the caption.
“VOTE. Ya ain’t got sh*t else to do man! Get yo ass off the couch and go vote!!! I don’t wanna hear another excuse!! Stop believing that your vote and voice don’t matter! This the illest way to protest…vote for the change you want!!!” , she wrote on her post.
But then a fan responded, “Voting ain’t gon change sh*t, RiRi was quick to call them out. “Sick of hearing this! Ya know what ain’t gon change sh*t? Not doing sh*t!!!!” she replied.
The states that were included in her post were Pennsylvania, Maryland, Indiana, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Iowa, Montana, New Mexico, and District of Columbia.
Rihanna’s post and clap back comes after thousands around the country have protested to seek justice for the tragic death of George Floyd. Although some of the protests have included violence, there have been many peaceful demonstrations that included many supportive people, including celebrities, marching and holding signs that read “Black Lives Matter” and other phrases in favor of the change.
RiRi was doing what she believes to better the community, where every civilian has their power of speaking out. As a strong and independent woman, it comes to no surprise that Rihanna did not fear to lose her fans when she called out them like that.