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For those who had been a literal billionaire, would you assist the wait employees clear up?
For those who answered sure, you will have one thing in widespread with the Grammy Award-winning songwriter, performer, and businesswoman Rihanna.
In keeping with Page Six, Rihanna requested a restaurant to remain open late, well past closing, in order that she and a few buddies may take pleasure in a protracted, late dinner. In so doing, Riri was gracious sufficient to assist the employees available clear up on the finish of the night.
In keeping with the outlet, Rihanna and 6 girlfriends ate caviar and sashimi at a New York Metropolis Michelin-starred eatery, Caviar Russe, till 2 a.m. on Thursday (September 1). And in accordance with Web page Six, she helped “the waitstaff clear up and push the bar stools again into place since she stayed so late.”
For these of us who’ve labored in bars and eating places, this can be a candy gesture. And, we are able to solely assume, that Rihanna doubtless tipped properly on high of that.
Rihanna, after all, can also be a brand new mom and possibly wanted the day out of the home. She welcomed a brand new little one—her first—in Could with A$AP Rocky. In July, simply two months later, the 34-year-old was named America’s youngest self-made feminine billionaire.
Earlier this yr, Riri donated $15 million to 18 organizations preventing local weather change in america and her native Caribbean.
Now, if solely the famed artist would launch her subsequent album.
It’s been 5 years since Rihanna dropped her final album, Anti. The Barbadian vocalist has actually saved busy since her eighth album launch, however she’s saved principally quiet about her musical agenda.
In a run-in with the paparazzi months ago, Rihanna responded to the query of whether or not or not she will likely be releasing new music sooner or later. The “Umbrella” singer promptly responded, “quickly, quickly, quickly.”
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