Rihanna’s designer Amina Muaddi has set the document straight on rumors that American rapper A$AP Rocky had cheated on Rihanna amid the “Diamonds” singer’s being pregnant.
Muaddi, a shoe designer for Rihanna’s trend and sweetness model Fenty, addressed the difficulty through a press release on her Instagram Stories as we speak, April 16 (April 15 within the United States).
“I’ve always believed that an unfounded lie spread on social media doesn’t deserve any response or clarification, especially one that is so vile. I initially assumed that this fake gossip—fabricated with such malicious intent—would not be taken seriously,” she stated. “However, in the last [24 hours] I’ve been reminded that we live in a society that is so quick to speak on topics regardless of factual basis and that nothing is off limits.”
Muaddi added that she opted to talk up because the challenge was not solely directed at her but in addition at individuals she had “a great amount of respect and affection for.”
“While Rih is continuing to live her serene, best dressed pregnancy life and I go back to my business—I wish everyone a beautiful Easter weekend!” she greeted the general public.
Rumors on A$AP Rocky and Rihanna’s supposed cut up began after Paris-based influencer Louis Pisano claimed in a now-deleted Twitter publish yesterday, April 15, that the rapper had an affair with Muaddi and that the couple broke up. Pisano has since apologized for the “unnecessary drama” he had precipitated and stated he would take break day Twitter for some time.
Rihanna introduced that she and A$AP Rocky are anticipating their first youngster by displaying off her child bump final January. She additionally assured followers that she would nonetheless be releasing music sooner or later amid her “exciting” being pregnant.
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