Barbadian Superstar Rihanna Expresses Gratitude on National Heroes Day

Credit: Rihanna/Instagram

Barbados’ National Hero and global music icon, Rihanna, recently expressed her gratitude as she commemorated National Heroes Day on Saturday.

The acclaimed singer-songwriter was bestowed with the highest honor of her home country in 2021 during a ceremony held in Bridgetown.

Instagram Post Expressing Gratitude

Rihanna marked the occasion by sharing Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley’s post on her Instagram stories.

The post conveyed Mottley’s greetings to Barbadians on National Heroes Day and an invitation to reflect on the achievements of the country’s 11 National Heroes.

The hitmaker reposted the message with a caption, “Honored,” along with a folded hands emoji.

Credit: Rihanna/Instagram

Acknowledgment from Fans and Friends

Rihanna's fans and friends took to social media to congratulate the singer on the occasion.

They also expressed their appreciation for her contributions to the Barbadian culture and her philanthropic endeavors.

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Earlier in the month, Rihanna delighted her millions of fans with rare, sweet photos of her son, who was enjoying his first Easter.

The pop star has been an advocate for normalizing motherhood, and her Instagram post was a testament to her commitment to showcasing her family life while keeping her private life away from the public eye.

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