Rihanna is using her art to make a political statement.
Last night, the superstar once again shared her disdain for President Donald Trump by posting her anti-Trump artwork on Instagram. Rihanna visited Cadillac Ranch, a public art installation in Amarillo, Texas, where she scrawled “F**k Trump” in graffiti on one of the 10 vintage Cadillacs.
Wearing a psychedelic Fenty hoodie and multi-colored sneakers, the singer crouched alongside the car at night while spray-painting her message. “Art,” she captioned the three images, along with the hashtag #81days, a reference to the amount of days until Trump and Joe Biden face off in the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 3.
Rihanna has never been afraid to speak her mind when it comes to her political beliefs. She has called out the President on several occasions including his immigration ban and following the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio last year. In 2018, she also demanded that he stop playing her music at his rallies.
Earlier this year, she took a shot at Trump when a fan asked about the status of her long-awaited album. “If one of y’all motherf**kers ask me about the album one more time when I’m trying to save the world unlike y’all President…” she said on Instagram Live.
The Fenty mogul continues to give back. She has donated millions of dollars during the pandemic through her Clara Lionel Foundation to help support domestic abuse victims, frontline healthcare workers, and first responders.