Hollywood Life reports that Rhianna has recently tweeted a song lyric from a Beres Hammond song, "They Gonna Talk." It seems the lyric is in reference to her reuniting with. Brown physically assaulted the singer in 2009, and afterwards she obtained a five year restraining order.
The Barbados born beauty’s full name is Robyn Rhianna Fenty, and her legs are insured for 1 million dollars. She realized at an early age that her prospects as a performer growing up Barbados were limited and hindered because of family difficulties. So at sixteen, on the advice from a producer, she moved the U.S. to continue her career.
Like many performers who rise from modest beginnings, she had some mentors along way. After her demo was heard by former rapper John Carter, aka Jay-Z and then CEO of Def Jam Records, Rhianna was invited to audition for him, and she was immediately signed.
Rhianna is ranked 5th on Forbes top ten list of highest paid women in music. In 2011 she grossed 1 million dollars per night in concert revenues. Her fifth studio album "Loud" has sold over 8 million copies worldwide, making it her most successful album to date. She also became the fastest solo artist in Billboard’s history to achieve twenty Hot 100 top-ten singles, breaking the previous record set by Madonna. Rihanna's work has earned her five American Music Awards, 18 Billboard Music Awards, two BRIT Awards, and six Grammy Awards. She has achieved a total of eleven number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the youngest solo artist to achieve this distinction. She is the highest-selling digital artist in U.S. history.
Endorsements have proven to be a tremendous success for her with companies such as Gucci, and Clinique, and numerable charity projects, including establishing her own organization. The Believe Foundation’s goals are to raise awareness of the impact of blood cancers such as leukemia, aid 10,000 people in need of bone marrow transplants each year, help the 70 percent of patients who rely on strangers for a second chance, and recruit and register nearly 4,000 new bone marrow donors a year.
Her striking beauty and popularity have contributed to her landing lucrative contracts with top beauty and health brands. She graced Cover Girl’s advertisement called “No Lash Left Behind.” Her Cover Girl contract was established in 2007 for 10 million dollars a year.
But not all of her beauty brand contracts have been smooth. She has filed a federal lawsuit in 2011 against the Italian clothing maker Gucci. The lawsuit alleges that Gucci sought to pay her less because was not a U.S. Citizen. Rihanna also alleges that she was subjected to a "barrage of racist comments and jokes." She was subsequently released from her modeling contract with the company. She is now seeking $5 million in damages from the company in the federal lawsuit.
Like the popular music vixens before her, she has perfected her own pouty singing style and trend setting hairdos. Not only will she be strutting across the stages of the world with million dollar legs, she will also be strutting to the bank as her wealth continues to grow.
Whether a rekindled relationship with Chris Brown will affect her star power no one knows!