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Rihanna Is 'Sick' Of Haters Asking Where Her Album Is, Doesn't Stop Trolls From Bringing 'R9' Up

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By Whitney Vasquez

If one more person asks Rihanna where her album is, be prepared to feel the wrath of the superstar because she's not playing anymore, something one troll found out the hard way. Rihanna, who's been keeping busy running a lingerie brand and a successful makeup line, put on her business cap and interacted with fans while promoting her Fenty brand on the streets on New York City on Thursday night. While she made a splash with her digital window display at the high-end department store Bergdorf Goodman, she didn't get the response she wanted so she used her social media to add even more hype.

Rihanna's Post:

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Taking to her Instagram, Rihanna shared footage from her interactive window display from the luxury store and taunted her followers. "when y’all was asleep last night, I was out interacting with my @fenty digital windows at Bergdorf Goodman!" she wrote adding a crying face emoji. Encouraging fans to see the impressive display, the singer added, "If you happen to be in NYC today do a lil drive by before it ends tonight!" and provided the address where the digital display sat for 24 hours.

Troll Asks About Album:

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While several fans were impressed with the Fenty display, some began using this opportunity to harass RiRi about her high-anticipated album. She's been teasing the reggae-inspired "R9" album for some time even promising it would drop before 2020, which she failed to do and fans won't let her forget it. When one person commented on her window display video by writing, "I’m sick of this where the album sis 😭," Rihanna clapped back in the most epic way and made it clear she's sick of that question.

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Responding directly to the troll, RiRi wrote back, "im sick of this where the album sis" and added an okay symbol emoji. But Rihanna's response didn't stop all the other trolls who are waiting for her promised album. Her comment opened the floodgates to other haters who begged the singer for new music. "Where is the album we need the damn album," a follower wrote. "Interact with some music please," stated another. "BYE WHERE IS THE ALBUM," commented a third. "You need to interact with a studio. I’ve been nice enough," responded someone else. To no surprise, Rihanna shut down her emotions and only seems to have responded to the one troll. "R9" will be RiRi's 9th studio album. Her last album “Anti” was released in January 2016. The one before that was 2012’s “Unapologetic.”

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