RiRi enthusiasts can breathe a sigh of relief: Amina Muaddi has not been romantically linked to A$AP Rocky, despite what rumors have alleged.
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky are patiently waiting for their little one to arrive—all while Rihanna's pregnancy style is changing the game—but in the midst of a celebratory time, the parents-to-be have faced difficult allegations.
On April 14, Louis Pisano claimed in a now-deleted Tweet that the two were over, and the shoe designer—who collaborated with Rihanna for the Fenty 2020 collection— was the reason to blame.
Amina Muaddi breaks her silence
Fans were immediately appalled and wondered what exactly was going on. Though the fashionista initially tried to drown out gossip, she felt as though she had to chime in to report the facts and show support for a woman she greatly respects.
Calling the A$AP dating rumors "an unfounded lie," Muaddi took to social media and said: "We live in a society that is so quick to speak on topics regardless of factual basis and that nothing is off limits. Not even during what should be one of the most beautiful and celebrated times in one's life."
She dismissed the rumors and even wished readers a Happy Easter to boot. You can read the statement in full below. Neither Rihanna or A$AP Rocky have addressed the claims.
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Are Rihanna and ASAP Rocky still dating?
Yes, the two are still an item, despite the viral gossip.
Earlier this week, the Rihanna Vogue interview—she's the publication's May cover star—was released, and it detailed all about her friends-to-lovers romance with the rapper. Though candid about her hesitancy to move out of the friend zone, she explained how pure their love is.
"There’s no pretentious my-brand-your-brand bull****, it’s just us living,” she told Vogue. “I just feel like I can do any part of life by his side.”
Here's hoping that the remainder of the singer's pregnancy is rumor-free.
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