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Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show Offends The Muslim Community

Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show Offends The Muslim Community. Drama has arouse after Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty fashion show. The show has now been considered to have had a big screw up as the show production choices have upset the Muslim community. the song featured a song with sacred words of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

Rihanna‘s big Savage X Fenty fashion show was a grand showcase which featured many big names in many industries. Overall the show was spectacular as it went well and it showcased never seen before ideas. The show had a big set back as a song choice in the show had upset the Muslim community, the song used a narration of a Hadith which is a record of worlds, actions and silent approvals from Islamic prophet Muhammad about judgement day.

The song used in the show was a remix of a song titled “Doom” by London producer Coucou Chloe. The song had a mixed version of a sung Hadith and the sacred words had been about judgement day. Many of the shows starts danced and walked in performance to the song and after Muslims heart the song the Islamic community took on to social media to address what Rihanna has done.

Many fans questioned on why the song with a Hadith was selected, one tweep commented saying that the “Umbrella” singing is badly appropriating Muslin religion and making things which are sacred fashion. The tweep shared that they are offended because when they get labelled and criticized for the religion Rihanna finds a way to make it a show.

The big fashion show featured rapper Big Sean, Miguel, Demi Lovato, Bella Hadid and more. the show showcased LGTBQ+ models and included people of both petite and plus size. Just today Riri has decided to pen apology after the fashion show she wrote on her Instagram Story on October 6. “I would more importantly like to apologize to you for this honest, yet careless mistake.” Her fashion show included the song “Doom” by Coucou Chloe, which sampled a reading of a hadith, or words of the prophet Muhammad, about judgment day. Chloe apologized on Twitter on October 5, saying she “did not research” the sample in the song and would have it “urgently removed from all streaming platforms.”. Hopefully her apology will be accepted.

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