Rihanna steps out in “think while it’s still legal” shirt
POperation superstar Rihanna was spotted wearing a seemingly political T-shirt in New York on Friday, sparking interest from the right.
The t-shirt was adorned with the words “think while it’s still legal” in a style reminiscent of a campaign poster. The singer, who recently reached billionaire status and became the world’s highest-paid singer, has been silent about her intentions to wear the shirt, but many to the right, including Donald Trump Jr., filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza , and political activist Jack Posobiec, shared images of her wearing the shirt on social media.
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The shirt is part of the fall 2021 collection of the luxury brand Vetements. Designer Demna Gvasalia said Vogue earlier this year, it’s a general reflection on “the hell we all live in”. The brand has a history of subversive grips, with the magazine writing in 2016 that the brand’s “genius” came from “its appropriation and refinement of mass culture in ironic clothing.”
Rihanna’s outfit choice follows Nicki Minaj’s explosion on Twitter earlier this month when the rapper said part of the reason she refused to attend the Met Gala was because of the COVID-19 vaccine requirement. The White House then offered to call Minaj and put her in touch with doctors in the administration to answer her questions about the vaccine.
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The two stars are friends, with Minaj, who has nearly 23 million followers on Twitter, and posted photos of them together earlier this month.