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Rihanna is on her mind.
The singer and actress spoke with Vogue Magazine to discuss her music, corporate enterprises and the politics, and she doesn’t hold back.
In the discussion of gun violence in America, Anyway, 31, said of her theory that the President’s strength, so no mass shootings since they’re so often done by white males.
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“The fact that it’s classified as something else because of the color of their skin? It’s a slap in the face. It’s totally racist,” Rihanna said.
“There is an Arabic man with a weapon at that very same Walmart and there was no way that He would sit down and address it in the public as well as a mental health issue,” said the singer. “The most mentally ill person in the united states at this time seems to be the president.”
Rihanna previously spoke out against the president and his comments on the mass shootings in Instagram.
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After the shootings in Dayton, Ohio and El Paso, Texas, He tweeted that the events were “an act of cowardice.”
Rihanna’s Instagram read: “Um… Keith, you spelled “terrorism” wrong.”
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In the Vogue piece, Rihanna also discusses her upcoming album, which will be the reggae-influenced her, Fenty clothing, and make-up line.