On Monday, sensational R&B music artiste, Rihanna, returned to the red carpet as she celebrated the relaunch of her Fenty x Puma collection at NeueHouse Hollywood.
She looked fly as ever as she appeared in an oversized purple fur coat, swaggy baggy pants and her lavender Creeper Phatty sneakers from the new Fenty x Puma collection.
As part of her interactions with @AccessHollywood, she revealed the reason behind the decision to release another sneaker collection.
The Barbadian music star noted that The Creeper was one of the best sellers in her first partnership with Puma. Therefore, it was out of respect for her fans that it was decided that a second release is in order.
As part of her interactions with Scott Evans from Access, Rihanna opened up about recent developments in her life such as her family and motherhood.
When asked how she presumed her family would be like, she replied that, usually, one has no idea, but can just hope to have kids one day, and have a family that breaks generational curses.
She added that her dream family should be one that is focused on the future, and have kids raised better than the parents were raised.
“All the beautiful things and it’s happening and I can’t believe it.” The Umbrella star went on to jokingly say, “The only thing I imagined is probably the forehead on RZA… I mean.” While laughing, the 35-year-old added: “Riot doesn’t have it! You can’t lose this thing” she said while pointing at her forehead.
Rihanna and her hubby A$AP Rocky welcomed their first child on May 13, 2022. Soon after, the second baby, Riot Rose was born in August this year.
The singer’s fans were surprised when she announced the birth of her second child at the Super Bowl, as she performed high in the air in front of thousands of fans.
Reflecting on the day she broke the news, Rihanna said she simply did what she had to do. She added that she found it difficult to zip up her jumper, and she asked her stylist to ensure her outfit was stretchy.
Rihanna gave credit to her team for the Super Bowl production, which eventually led to five Emmy nominations: a nomination for outstanding directing for a variety special, outstanding music direction, outstanding production design for a variety special, outstanding technical direction and camerawork for a special and outstanding variety special (live).