On a recent Saturday night, Rihanna, 25, appeared on the popular “Bikini Racism” podcast and took the time to talk about her time on the set of the 2014 Disney animated film “Bubble.”
While the rest of the crowd was watching the video, Rihana went for a swim in the pool.
In her Instagram post, Rih was seen wearing a long, colorful bikini, and the caption read: I am wearing this bikini because it is important.
I want to say that it’s not my first time on this set, and it’s my second time on set.
But it is the first time I’m wearing it.
I’m not really a swimsuit-wearer.
This is about power.
Power over all.
It’s a reminder of the power of what it means to be a woman in the 21st century.
Rihanna is not alone in her stance on “Bubbly,” and she’s not the only artist who is showing support for the “Buggy” franchise.
Beyoncé has also expressed her love for the series, which features characters like “Coconut” and “Rihanna,” among others.
The first episode of “Budapest” aired in 2009 and was followed by “Bustin” and its sequel, “Buda” in 2014.
Rihana is now the latest “Burbys” star to speak out about the series.
On Friday, Rih and Jay Z released a video for the track “Budi,” which features the duo performing in a pool, as well as in the same style.
Rih’s Instagram post read: My body is a weapon.
And you are my weapon.
My body, I can turn into a weapon to do you harm.
And if you see my weapon, don’t you know who I am?
And if I feel like you need to do something, you need a weapon too.
I’ve been trying to teach myself how to say these words since I was a child, and that’s why I’m on the streets.
The video also features Rih, who has been outspoken in her support of the Black Lives Matter movement.