Rihanna parades curves in teeny bikini after major necklace controversy
Rihanna commanded attention from her millions of followers as she posed up the ultimate storm in a very skimpy bikini.
The 32-year-old hitmaker, behind songs such as Umbrella, took to her official Instagram account to share the raunchy pic with her impressive 92.3million followers.
To promote a new range of swimwear launching on Savage X Fenty, Rihanna's billion dollar company, she modelled for the job herself.
Proving she's the only model she needed for the job amid the coronavirus pandemic, Rihanna laid back on a sun lounger with one arm behind her as she looked into the camera lens from a distance.
The bikini bottoms sat high up on her hips and featured a blue, yellow and orange floral pattern all over them.
She paired with it with the matching bikini top which plunged down to reveal her cleavage.
Rihanna upped the sass of her beach or poolside outfit but wearing a kimono in the exact same fabric pattern as her swimwear.
Rihanna wows as she dons microscopic bikini after sizzling topless display
Rihanna goes topless as she ditches bra for sizzling poolside snap in red-hot display
Wearing her long black locks down, the minx let her hair tousle down her shoulders and over chest.
In the background it looked as if she was in an old-fashioned and very fancy garden with a fountain just behind her head.
Taking to the caption, Rihanna wrote: "savage af. don’t trip.
"New @savagexfenty out now – only on savagex.com. #SavageSpring."
Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa joins Rihanna in support of protesting Indian farmers
Savage x Fenty offering shoppers 60% off racy Valentine's Day underwear
It comes after the star was accused of insulting the Hindu community with a “disrespectful” topless Instagram photo.
The singer uploaded a steamy shot whilst wearing a diamond-studded purple pendant featuring the Hindu god Ganesha.
Rihanna was instantly met with an angry backlash online for her fashion accessory.
Comments on her account say wearing the likeness of a god is culturally unacceptable – with some demanding she remove the snap and say sorry.
One fumed: "You’re wearing a deity necklace and a Murthi [image of a deity] of my culture that’s already been culturally appropriated enough.
"How is this OK when a person has more than enough resources to at least find out the meaning and significance of the chains and the pendant around their neck?"
Another commented: "I hope she returns the necklace because she clearly doesn’t know how to wear it because it’s mad disrespectful."
Like what you see? Then fill your boots…
There's MUCH more where that came from! Want all the jaw-dropping stories from the world of showbiz and up to the minute news from TV and soaps?
Well, we've got you covered with our showbiz, TV and soaps newsletters – they'll drop straight into your inbox and you can unsubscribe whenever you like.
We'll bring you the inside track from telly expert Ed Gleave and soap specialist Sasha Morris. Oh, and your daily fix of Piers, Katie Price, Demi Rose and all your other Daily Star favs.
You can sign up here – you won't regret it…
A third put: "It’s 2021 and by now we should all understand that religion is not an aesthetic."
Fans were not happy and one added: "I don't know who needed to hear this but no it's not okay for Rihanna to use the Hindu religion as an aesthetic even if it's Rihanna."
Source: Read Full Article