Rihanna Revealed She’s Not Comfortable Being hailed As an Icon as she prefers being who she was before


Rihanna talked about being not comfortable as people hailed as an icon

Popular Sensational and Talented Rihanna finds it “scary” when fans and followers put her on a pedestal because she’s determined to keep her feet on the ground.

While Speaking to U.S. entertainment program Extra on Wednesday (September 22nd) ahead of Friday’s debut of her new Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 on Prime Video the singer and fashion and beauty boss admits she’s still not comfortable with being hailed as a business mogul.

“It’s scary,” she says. “I do think about it all the time. I make it a point to think about it, because I… get scared when, you know, the pedestal comes into play and… they keep wanting to put you up there…

“I’m like, ‘No, I want to be on the ground.’ I want to feel my feet on the ground because I know it’s not going to be a fall at all if anything, right?… I don’t want to be this icon… I want to remember who I am.”

She further say, “I think that is what makes it (success) worth it. That’s what I want. That’s what I worked for.”

Rihanna,, who has amassed much of her enormous income from her Fenty cosmetic and fashion lines, also wants to keep being inspired by her fans – and hopes she can find “mutual respect” with the people who buy her products.

“I want to be able to share my inspiration, I want to be able to be an inspiration, and I want to be inspired by even my fans, people who look up to me, I look up to them,” she continues.

“And it’s a mutual respect that I have, because I wouldn’t be here without them.”

Last month, Forbes magazine reported the Diamonds singer is worth an estimated $1.7 billion, making her the wealthiest female musician in the world and the second-wealthiest female entertainer, behind Oprah Winfrey.



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