Rihanna recently celebrated her first 15 years of career. It was the 24th of May 2005 when her first hit, “Pon De Replay”, from her debut album “Music Of The Sun“, came out, and she never stopped ever since. Despite everything that is going on in the world, this was a good year for the singer and entrepreneur. According to The Sunday Times, Rihanna is one of the richest celebrities in the UK (even richer than Queen Elizabeth), thanks to the incredible success of her society, Fenty Beauty that now took over TikTok.
With a 600 million dollars net worth, estimated by Forbes, Rihanna officially entered the list of the British magnates, debuting at the 282° position of the richest people in the UK. Queen Elizabeth on the list is only at the 372° place. The royals’ finances in this period are not the brightest: the closure to the public of the royal palace and their properties due to the pandemic will bring a loss of 21.7 million pounds.
What made Rihanna’s persona and brand even more successful is her businesswomen attitude, that constantly fights in support of inclusivity and empowerment. The pop-star is loved by the public, as demonstrated by her 82,5 million followers on Instagram. That Rihanna was doing pretty well was evident by the millions of dollars that she donated for the coronavirus emergency.