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Rihanna Claps Back at Troll Who Comes For Her Sheer Bra

By Whitney Vasquez

Don't mess with Rihanna. The 32-year-old sunk her teeth into a troll who questioned the superstar on her skincare routine while wearing a sheer bra and sunscreen. Flaunting her desired curves in a stunning see-through nude bra on Monday, September 28, fans were left drooling over her pushed-up cleavage.

Showing off several tattoos, including her giant underboob piece, RiRi left her eyes shaded by pulling down her New York Yankees cap and sported sunscreen on her face, something that one person took issue with.

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Just a Peek!

RiRi in sheer black set

Sporting the pale pink cream on her cheeks and nose without rubbing it in, Rihanna made a political statement with her photo caption. "Just protecting my melanin while they try to eradicate it! @fentyskin #FentySkinStartRs mini gang!" she captioned the sheer bra shot while hawking her Fenty skincare line.

While several fans praised the star for slipping her curves into the see-through fabric and speaking out on the current political climate, not everyone was on board.

Scroll to see RiRi in her push-up bra!

The Hot Shot!

Sporting shades inside

When someone insinuated that it's not the season for her outfit OR sunscreen, Rihanna hit back. "It's winter now," one person informed the star and she fiercely shut them down. "It's the ignorance for me! You gon have wrinkles if you think spf is seasonal! But continue," she fired off.

Immediately, her followers bowed down to the queen for her clever clapback. "It's the 'But continue' for me 😩😩" one fan replied. "I'm dead," added another. "This is why we will always stan 😂😂😂," commented someone else.

No Time For Trolls:

Sheer bombshell

Rihanna announced that she was expanding her makeup and beauty line to skincare months ago and fans are revved up to stock up on it before the holidays. FYI -- the sunscreen she's wearing it $35 bucks, but what's price when it comes to beauty?

Prior to her launch, the star admitted that she didn't understand the risks of not wearing sunscreen on the daily. "Growing up on an island, you're exposed to the sun every day. So you always thought that SPF was a tourist thing, and especially not for Black people," she told Yahoo Entertainment.

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Covering up with her book

"I have learned the hard way, because over time the sun wasn't that kind to my skin and my skin was not that resilient. So I started to have hyperpigmentation in certain areas," she added.

"Whether it's hot or a grey, winter cold day, those UV rays are always out. I think the biggest misconception with SPF, in particular, is that Black people don't need it," Rihanna continued. "And as a woman of color, I am here to say that's a lie. We need it and we need it every day."

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