Musical sensation Rihanna has shown her support for the Asian-American community by fueling the Stop the march of Asian hate with his presence in New York on Sunday.
Hitmaker Diamonds has danced the streets of the Big Apple in an effort to raise awareness to end the rising rates of hate crimes against the Asian community in recent months.
The 33-year-old singer was joined by her assistant, Tina Truong, who shared details of their outing on her Instagram.
The marches were staged in the wake of a mass shooting that left six people dead at three massage parlors in Georgia last month.
Asian Americans wondered how to cope with a recent wave of assaults – many against the elderly – that coincided with the pandemic
One side of the neon sign read ‘Hate = Racism Against God’ while the other read ‘#StopAsianHate’ and Rihanna held it proudly as passing drivers honked their horns in support.
Tina also documented a hilarious moment where a fellow walker asked for Rihanna’s Instagram without knowing he was actually talking to the acclaimed singer.