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Rihanna Makes Nice With Her Dad In Barbados Amid Nasty Lawsuit

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By Gary Trock

Crop Over is not only about calypso music and colorful dresses ... it's also apparently about squashing family beef!

Rihanna was seen partying in Barbados on Monday for the annual harvest festival, and was joined by her father, Ronald Fenty.

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Wearing a teal shirt, Mr. Fenty could be seen giving his famous daughter a smooch on the cheek while snapping a selfie.

The PDA is interesting, especially since RiRi and her father have been locked in a legal battle.

As The Blast first reported, Rihanna sued Ronald earlier this year and claimed her father, and another man, created an entertainment company to solicit business while claiming to act on behalf of the "Umbrella" singer.

The lawsuit clearly stated, "Although Mr. Fenty is Rihanna’s father, he does not have, and never has had, authority to act on Rihanna's behalf."

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Mr. Fenty responded to the accusations, and claimed he never tried to act as his daughter's agent. He also claimed that the production company, Fenty Entertainment, was fine to use because his name also happens to be Fenty.

Ronald also claimed that he launched Fenty Entertainment while trying to develop a reality show based on his own career.

The lawsuit between the two continues, but while the lawyers hash it out in court -- the two were cool having a daddy/daughter date in the Caribbean!

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Rihanna has been enjoying her time back home, and along with dancing around in pink ruffles for the Crop Over festival, has been making time for family and friends.

Our Island Sources tell us Rihanna stopped by the Nikki Beach Barbados resort, along with her brother Rorrey, for a circus themed event that featured stilt walkers and fire-eaters.

The singer was seated in a private VIP area and served champagne, along with the resort's "globally inspired menu" of assorted sushi and sashimi, pan seared salmon and local catches of yellow fin tuna and red snapper.

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