Rihanna’s fashion company Fenty is being sued by a musician after allegedly using the wrong version of their song for a fashion show.
The anonymous artist claims that they have received death threats after the wrong version of their song Doom was played during the Savage X Fenty 2020 fashion show.
The version in question contains a reading of a Muslim text known as a Hadith.
According to the claimant, a version of the song without the verse was submitted for use at the show and not the one containing the text.
Shortly after the show Rihanna made a statement apologising for the apparent error.
“I’d like to thank the Muslim community for pointing out a huge oversight that was unintentionally offensive in our Savage X Fenty show,” Rihanna said.
“I would more importantly like to apologise to you for this honest yet careless mistake,” she added.
Despite the apology from Rhianna, the claimant is still seeking $10 million in damages as she states the incident has had a significant impact on her mental health.
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