Rihanna Says She’s Unlocked Her Mom “Superpower”

Rihanna Says She’s Unlocked Her Mom “Superpower”

Although fans would be stupid to dispute the fact that Rihanna’s Fenty businesses have been at the forefront of her career for the past several years, her name will always be associated with pop and R&B. For Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, RiRi released “Lift Me Up,” her first new song since 2016. She’s been thinking about Fenty!

Rihanna is regaining her place in music after a six-year absence… on the largest platform in the business: the Super Bowl halftime performance. Fans are overjoyed by the news, but why now? is a thought that pervades everyone’s thoughts. How come Super Bowl LVII?

On the set of Savage x Fenty Performance Vol. 4, Rihanna revealed in an interview with Extra that she is learning more about her “superpower” and that this has led her to try out new, difficult things like the Super Bowl halftime show.

“I feel like it was now or never, really. There’s this weird sh*t that happens when you become a mom, that you just unleash or unlock other parts of your superpower, you feel like you can take on or you could do anything,” the “Disturbia” singer said.

“I wanted to take on the challenge and I wanted to do something that would force me to get back onstage,” she added.

While RiRi is now known as a clothing and makeup entrepreneur, she hasn’t forgotten her roots. “I’m a performer and I love it,” she said.

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky welcomed their first child together, a son, back in May. While motherhood can be “crazy,” “wild,” and “weird” at times, Rihanna says it’s also “amazing” and “the best feeling.”

“[It’s] the most love I’ve ever known,” she told Extra of being a first-time parent. “I can’t describe it. It’s new. It’s fascinating. Every step, every facial expression, every new milestone. I love it.”

Additionally, RiRi has learned new things about herself since becoming a new mom. “I’m patient now… I thought I was getting better at patience, but this will sit you down. You are forced to be patient as a mom, as a parent, just in general,” she said.

She further explained, “Your tolerance level goes down, but your patience goes up, if that makes any sense.”

Even though Super Bowl LVII is just three months away, we’ll need to summon some of Rihanna’s fortitude as we impatiently await what will undoubtedly be a once-in-a-lifetime performance.