Rihanna is another well-known name; she is a music lover who appreciates great music with deep meaning.
"Robyn Rihanna Fenty" is her real name, and she is a Barbadian artist, entertainer, and financial expert. She was born on February 20, 1988, in Saint Michael, Barbados, and raised in Bridgetown, Barbados. The 32-year-old star was discovered by American record producer Evan Rogers, who invited her to record demo tapes in the United States.
Rihanna visited Africa two years ago and did stuff you would not believe she could do; she wasn't caught on tape, and many people will never believe it's real. It's not Photoshop, as some might say.
Rihanna didn't just go to Africa; she was part of a campaign to raise more than $3 billion dollars to support Africans. She said during her time in Africa that she didn't just come to see and help; she wanted to live like Africans and experience what it's like to be an African, which she did.
Take a look at photos of Rihanna doing things you'd never trust her to do.
Rihanna assisted in the delivery of sands for the construction of a clinic structure.
Rihanna went from becoming a musician to being a teacher.
Rihanna was in charge of the school's morning meetings.
Rihanna walked around with a pail on her back, fetching water.
Rihanna gave the green light for the construction of a medical clinic.
Rihanna posing with a student for a snap. She posted them on her Facebook profile.
More photos of her doing things you probably wouldn't expect a woman worth her money to do can be found here.
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