Rihanna Apologises To Muslims After Using Hadith Text At Lingerie Launch

Rihanna Apologises To Muslims After Using Hadith Text At Lingerie Launch

American singer Rihanna has apologised to the Muslim community for the “unintentionally offensive” use of sacred texts during a lingerie fashion show.


The singer came under fire after using a song featuring a sample from Islam’s sacred Hadith texts during her 2020 Savage X Fenty event.


Some Muslim fans accused Rihanna of disrespecting their religion following the show. The show took place in Los Angeles earlier this October.

Rihanna Apologises To Muslim For Use of Sacred Text At Lingerie Launch

In response, the star thanked people for highlighting the issue. Rihanna said she feels “incredibly disheartened” knowing she has hurt “many of our Muslim brothers and sisters”.

“I’d like to thank the Muslim community for pointing out a huge oversight that was unintentionally offensive in our savage x Fenty show. I would, more importantly, like to apologize to you for this honest, yet careless mistake.” Rihanna wrote in her Instagram Stories.

She added: “I do not play with any kind of disrespect toward God or any religion. Therefore the use of the song in our project was completely irresponsible!

The star said that her team would “make sure nothing like this ever happens again”, and thanked fans for their “forgiveness and understanding”.

In Islam, a Hadith is part of a collection of texts that form a record of the Prophet Muhammad’s words and actions considered second only to the Quran in terms of importance.

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The offending song is titled Doom by producer Coucou Chloe, who also apologised on social media. She said work was underway to remove the track from all streaming platforms.


“The song was created using samples from Baile Funk tracks I found online. At the time, I was not aware that these samples used text from an Islamic Hadith. I take full responsibility for the fact I did not research these words properly. Want to thank those of you who have taken the time to explain this to me.

We have been in the process of having the song urgently removed from all streaming platforms.” she tweeted.


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Charis Ebiaghian

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