It’s not a secret: Rihanna is sassy af. The singer, fashion designer, and beauty mogul has an attitude, and she’s not afraid to flaunt it. Rihanna clap backs have always been legendary – remember when she "ran out of f*cks to give" about being photographed smoking weed? Or her infamous "reggae song at an airport" diss of Diplo?
It only makes sense that Rihanna is currently clapping back on behalf of her instant-classic makeup line, Fenty Beauty. Fenty Beauty – and Rihanna herself – are responding to Fenty Beauty haters, fans, and customers on social media with sass and candor. Whether they're questioning Fenty's inclusive shades or claiming red lipstick isn't for everyone, these critics got a swift reply.
Consider this list of the fiercest RiRi clap backs of all time a warning. People dragging Fenty Beauty, beware: Rihanna drags back.
She Called Out A Makeup Brand's "Ashy" Foundations
Fenty Beauty has been applauded for its inclusiveness; the line offers a whooping 40 different foundation shades. Make Up For Ever must have felt a little jealous of all the attention Fenty Beauty was getting, because on September 25, 2017, they posted an Instagram with the caption, "40 shades is nothing new to us."
Rihanna clapped back by commenting, "lol. still ashy." She's since deleted the comment, but it lives on in the Internet's memory.
She Named A Liquid Liner 'Cuz I'm Black'
In 2011, a Twitter user rudely asked why Rihanna's hair was "nappy" on the cover of her single, "Man Down." Rihanna wasted no time and replied, "Cuz I’m black b*tch!!!!"
Rihanna made a callback to this famous clapback by naming her black satin liquid liner "Cuz I'm Black."
She Was Not Having It When Fans Questioned The Name
When Rihanna launched Fenty Beauty, many fans were mystified by the name, not realizing that "Fenty" is actually Rihanna's last name. RiRi was shook that her Navy didn't know her real name, and posted a side-eyed selfie on Instagram with the caption "When people ask how I came up with #FENTY..."
Her Brand Doesn't Care About Being Modest
Misleading headlines be damned. When @thepooluk tweeted out an article on Fenty Beauty in October 2017, asking, "Is it any good?," the brand did not hesitate to retweet with a simple, sassy spoiler alert: "It is."