The pop singer attacked the president's response to the Gilroy, Dayton and El Paso shootings in a post to her almost 74 million Instagram followers.
Pinkston, who has appeared in campaigns for Rihanna's Savage x Fenty line, said she "panicked" after her transphobic Facebook posts resurfaced online.
Lil Nas X, Cardi B and Nick Jonas are just a few of the lucky ones to have gotten a "heavenly" whiff.
The "Work" singer called cricket coach Roddy Estwick "my mentor, my champ."
The singer encouraged her fans to "be as loud as you can" to protect immigrant rights.
"We didn’t know how much we needed you," Rihanna told the Queen of Hip-Hop and R&B.
There was questionable dancing, X-rated advice and the worst pick-up lines.
One wag on Twitter suggested the president had seen it “as validation for watching Fox News all day every day."
The Fenty fashionista drew inspiration from Kwame Brathwaite’s "Black Is Beautiful" movement and his photos of regal Black women.
The singer said she won't back down from "being a woman, from being black, from having an opinion."
Actress and model Emily Ratajkowski, meanwhile, has protested the law with a near-nude photograph on Instagram.
Stephen Glover and Jamal "Swank" Olori discuss an eerie coincidence in the film's final scene.
Fans are ready to empty their wallets for Rihanna’s next potential business project — “Fenty Skin.”
The film's Coachella debut follows months of speculation over what the "Atlanta" creator's collaboration with Rihanna would be.
People are excited for skin care from the singer, who already has wildly successful brands selling makeup and lingerie.