Rihanna’s little son is sad because he can’t go to the Oscars – but his unborn sibling is.
Rihanna (35) has provided her fans with new pictures of her little son. On a photo of the ten-month-old child with tears in his eyes. “My son when he found out his sibling was going to the Oscars and not him,” the singer wrote.
During the Super Bowl halftime performance on February 12, Rihanna revealed that she is pregnant with her second child. Her first child with rapper ASAP Rocky (34) was born on May 13, 2022. She has not revealed the baby’s name yet. But he was already on the cover of Vogue with his parents…
Rihanna’s Oscar appearance with baby
Rihanna will attend the Oscars on March 12 without her son but with her unborn baby. The singer is nominated for her first Oscar in the category “Best Movie Song” for “Lift Me Up” from the film “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”.
As usual, the nominees sing their songs themselves on stage this year. Rihanna meets famous competition. Lady Gaga (36) is another superstar nominated for “Hold My Hand” from “Top Gun: Maverick”
Prominent followers freak out
In addition to the photo of the alleged jealousy over the Oscars, Rihanna has given her followers even more baby stuff. In one picture, the little one sits on Rihanna’s lap and looks at a laptop screen showing a video of his mother. A short video clip shows the scene from a different perspective: the baby is rowing its arms in the direction of its mother on the monitor.
Rihanna’s followers are excited about the baby content. “This face” writes model Cara Delevingne (30), garnished with heart-eyed smileys. “Cutie Pie” (sweet cake) raves actress Viola Davis (57). “I can’t wait Mamaaaaa,” writes model Gigi Hadid (27) in anticipation of Rihanna’s performance at the Oscars.
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