Days after entertaining us at the Grammys, Rihana touched down in Africa.
The Bajan pop star is one of the hardest working females in the entertainment industry, she never rest. RiRi performed at the Grammy’s on Sunday night with DJ Khaled and Bryson Tiller in what was perhaps the most entertaining performance of the night.
Rihanna is currently in Senegal for the Global Partnership for Education’s conference where The Gambia is greatly represented by Her Excellency, the Vice President.
Over the past few years, the “Wild Thoughts” singer has been working with the Global Partnership for Education through her Clara Lionel Foundation to fund education for girls in Africa, the Caribbean, and America. On Thursday, she flew to the African continent where she is pushing world leaders to pledge $3.1 billion to fund education for children.
She tweeted at both the French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May, asking them to pledge to support the fund. “Rihanna has, for the last two years, consistently demonstrated her commitment to getting children into school,”
The Vice President would have love to cruise back with Rihana to the Gambia but probably some other time.