Rihanna spotted wearing political t-shirt saying “Think while it’s still legal”

Rihanna was seen wearing a t-shirt saying: “Think while it’s still legal.” 

On Friday, Rihanna was spotted wearing a white t-shirt with a blue slogan saying: “Think while it’s still legal,” The Daily Wire reports. At the time, the 33-year-old pop icon was headed to the recording studio, as per Daily Mail.

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The political statement t-shirt is included in Vetement’s fall line, as revealed by the blog Fashionably Male. Moreover, the line in question also includes a shirt saying “Gvasalia For Vetements.” The blog notes:

“‘Think while it’s still legal’ is the message T-shirt with shoulder pads that opens Vetements’ fall look book, a dump of 165 images with backdrops indicating earth, heaven and hell. But it’s the ‘Gvasalia for Vetements’ one — done up in the style of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders campaign posters — that’ll probably break the internet, given the reaction to the American senator’s inauguration mittens.

The latter slogan is something of an inside joke at Vetements’ Zurich headquarters since its chief executive officer and cofounder Guram Gvasalia recently landed on the cover of Forbes Georgia with a headline alluding to a purely theoretical run for office in his home country that the executive lobbed in the interview inside.”

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Rihanna recently made headlines after paying a family visit to her friend and colleague Nicki Minaj.

Earlier this month, the Barbados singer and her partner A$AP Rocky visited female rapper Nicki Minaj and her family.

 

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Meanwhile, Minaj caught the media’s attention after she didn’t attend the Met Gala on September 13. Reportedly, the Chun-Li singer said she declined the invitation so she could stay home with her child.

However, she also allegedly noted that the event’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate would not push her to be vaccinated, something she was still personally deciding.

Moreover, in a viral tweet, Minaj shares a story of a friend of a family member in Trinidad who experienced harrowing consequences after getting vaccinated. She then added: “Pray on it & make sure you’re comfortable with ur decision.”

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