Rihanna spills out of purple bra as she admits she’s ‘usually humble’ but not about her sexy lingerie line – The Sun

RIHANNA has proudly boasted about the success of her lingerie line, admitting that she's "usually humble" but refuses to be for SavageXFenty.

"New Savage for de gal dem!" she captioned a collage-inspired picture of the singer lounging in a sexy purple bra and garter set.

"Wanted to give y’all an extra drop cause we turned 2 years old and you guys have been incredible supporters, believed in our brand, appreciated what we stood for, and Of course bought hella @SavageXFenty," she added.

Posting a second snap of the same lingerie set, she added: "get into this bra tho…like I’m usually humble but not about lingerie ??‍♀️? @SavageXFenty."

The pictures come a day after the Barbados-born singer, 32, called for fans to be the star of her new campaign.

The picture was released by Vogue as the star appeals for a fresh face for her Fenty lingerie line.

Vogue shared a new image on Instagram Friday, of Rihanna flicking her hair while posing in a purple set from her Savage X Fenty lingerie line.

The caption read: “You–yes, you–could star in Rihanna’s next @savagexfenty campaign.”

The Umbrella hitmaker looked happy as she leaned on a railing while showing off her array of tattoos.

Rihanna recently slammed fans after they asked for answers on her long-awaited new album with the singer reminding them that she's "trying to save the world".

The pop star released her last album, ANTI, in 2016 and ever since fans have been clamoring for new music.

But during an Instagram Live she hit out after comments focused on when fans may hear new music – and also slammed the President Trump.

"If one of y’all motherf**kers ask me about the album one more time when I’m tryna save the world, unlike y’all president….on sight," she said to the camera.

The superstar has also been dealing with the devastating news that her father, Ronald Fenty, feared he would die after testing positive for coronavirus and suffering extremely high fevers.

He told The Sun exclusively his devoted daughter, whose real name is Robyn Fenty, sent a ventilator to his home, and checked on him every day.

The Sun caught up with Ronald, 66, in his Barbados home, where he confirmed he tested positive for the deadly virus.

Wearing a blue polo shirt and plaid shorts, he told The Sun: "My daughter Robyn was checking in on me every day.

"I thought I was going to die to be honest. I have to say, I love you so much, Robyn.' She did so much for me. I appreciate everything she has done."

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