Rihanna sparks frenzy as she confirms music comeback with Superbowl announcement

Rihanna has confirmed a music comeback as she confirms her upcoming Superbowl performance.

The superstar singer has taken to Instagram to post for the first time in months with a picture of an American football and her hand holding it.

She captioned the post with just a simple full stop to allow her millions of fans to guess what she was hinting at.

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But many figured it out straight away and swarmed to the comment section to speculate.

Loads of fans pointed out that it could be that she was performing at the upcoming NFL Superbowl which is taking place in February 2023.

One fan commented: "RIHSPECT AND CONGRATS!!"

A second added: "Omggggg the fenty bowl is coming."

While a third penned: "She’s backkkkkk," with a fourth typing: "Lets make a gracious dance record!"

A fifth put: "Wait….. does… dis mean??? What I think?????? IT MEANS?!!!!!!!!!"

"I’ve never been so excited about football in my life!!!" shared a sixth.

Another fan quipped: "NFL = National Fenty League."

Others wrote: "I’m here for it!!!!!! and "Holy s*** Super Bowl halftime???"

The Diamonds singer had previously turned down the opportunity to perform at the Super Bowl back in 2019.

The singer declined the invitation because of the way San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick had been treated.

The athlete had refused to stand for the US national anthem at the start of games as a way of protesting against police brutality and racial inequality.

After that, he then became a free agent with no teams up for signing him.

Rihanna explained her decision at the time to Vogue and said: "I couldn’t dare do that. For what? Who gains from that? Not my people.

"I just couldn’t be a sellout. I couldn’t be an enabler. There’s things within that organization that I do not agree with at all, and I was not about to go and be of service to them in any way."

The quarterback then sued the NFL as a result of the mistreatment in November 2017 and accused team owners of collusion for not hiring him.

However, the lawsuit was withdrawn two years later after the player and the NFL reached a confidential settlement – though he still remains unsigned.


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