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Women of all skin tones can enjoy it.
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She's working to raise money for global education.
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Everyone else can go home now.
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"This situation is not the Trudeau government’s fault."
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The year's only saving grace.
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And just like that, British royalty has come face-to-face with music royalty.
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Making our country proud.
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Her dreadlocks come shortly after the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled it legal for employers to discriminate against people with the hairstyle.
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The 45-year-old actress looked ageless at the Zurich Film Festival this week.
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We're freaking out over here.
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It's Rihanna's world, and we're all just blessed to be part of it.
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Drake + Rihanna, sitting in a tree ...
"Went to visit my boobs, the biggest they'll ever be."
Some major slayage going on here.
RiRi is bringing the heat.
And obviously, they're uber cool.
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Where are our friends and fans of black music and black people when the partying stops and the subject turns to the reality of being black? When I attend concerts for some of these artists, non-blacks are the ones front and centre, filling more than half of the seats. Switch to a Black Lives Matter march... these folks are nowhere to be found
Rihanna's bra-less, erotica-thriller fuelled videos are deconstructing social norms that place gender limitations on how women choose to express their sexual liberty, or how they should expand it or simply own it.
Rihanna was once the world's preeminent pop star. And yes, I use past tense. Despite having her hit "Work" firmly ensconced at number one for the past two months, a stat that ties her with the Beatles as second only to Mariah Carey for most weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Rihanna has recently transcended pop stardom.
"Jesus can walk on water, but can he do this?"
I was lucky to attend the taping for a second year in a row. As a black girl born in the U.S., raised in Canada, and who studied in Australia, the expansion plans are welcome news to me. The issues black women and girls face go far beyond geographic borders.