R&B superstar Rihanna took part in the “Stop Asian Hate” march that took place in New York City on Easter Sunday.
The 33-year-old fashion mogul was spotted alongside her assistant, Tina Truong, dressed in a black-and-white getup complete with a black jacket paired with a baseball cap and a pair of matte black sunglasses, along with her face mask.
“This is what solidarity looks like! #stopaapihate #stopasianhate #callitahatecrime,” wrote Truong, alongside a series of photos posted to Instagram.
She also posted a video of the singer, in which RiRi is seen giving her Instagram handle to one of the people at the march, who then responded in utter disbelief, saying “That’s you?”
The singer was seen holding a sign that read “#StopAsianHate” on the side painted hot pink, while the neon green flip side bore the message “Hate = Racism Against God!”
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