Rihanna has sparked the outrage in Muslim Community with the use of Islamic Hadith in the lingerie show. As per the details, Rihanna had come under fierce criticism for her song having a remix of an Islamic Hadith. The lingerie models danced on this song at a fashion show. The story went trending all the way on social media, specifically on Twitter. However, Rihanna has now apologized to the Muslim Community for her “unintentional yet offensive” mistake. Here we have got further details on this story!
Muslims Bash Rihanna for Using Hadith in Song
According to the details, Rihanna, who is a famous singer and now a designer, has faced an extreme backlash following remixing sacred Islamic Hadith in her song.
The models danced to this song in a lingerie show while provoking Muslims all over the world. Rihanna got under the accusation of disrespecting the religion of Islam.
How Does The Song “Doom” Get Noticed for Mistake?
As we know that social media users stay active to catch controversial things rotating online all the time, this time they noticed that in one segment of the show, models danced to a song called “Doom”. Coucou Chloe has produced this song who is based in London. The song contains a narration of an Islamic Hadith.
It appears that hadith’s recitation by Kuwaiti preacher Mishary bin Rashid Alafasy is remixed in Rihanna’s song.
All the Muslims and non-Muslims took it to social media while criticizing Rihanna for the major mistake and accusing her of disrespecting Islam.
Here we have got some reaction tweets:
there’s really no way we can let this slide like a straight up HADITH???? rihanna baby you screwed up HARD pic.twitter.com/gxUOvtHGn5
— N⁷₁₁₇ ♡’s yami / exams (@TAEHYUNGGOODBOI) October 4, 2020
as a muslim, no words can describe how disappointed i am with Rihanna for letting her models dance to hadith. Hadith are the sacred words of our prophet, you can't just use it for your lingerie show. disgusting and extremely disrespectful
— dee⁷ (@kookdice) October 4, 2020
So disturbing how rihanna and her team used a muslim hijabi girl in their fenty makeup line but cant even take the time to actually educate themselves on her religion! a line thats supposed to ”represent”diversity no less pic.twitter.com/2abXSbulF7
— s. (@lisadahab) October 4, 2020
this isn’t even Rihanna’s first time to mock and disrespect the Islam & Muslim community, but some of yʼall still defending her. IʼM DISGUSTED. pic.twitter.com/ujQReI2jQt
— sam (@samanthaswft) October 5, 2020
How Feroze Khan Reacted on Rihanna’s Song?
One of the most famous actors of the Pakistan Showbiz Industry, Feroze Khan also reacted outrageously towards Rihanna’s song. Here is what he tweeted after noticing the remix of sacred Islamic Hadith in Rihanna’s song!
As soon as Rihanna apologized publicly for her mistake, Feroze Khan stepped forward to accept it and tweeted:
– riri @rihanna apologised accepted. I apologise for today and yesterday. 🌹 peace.
— Feroze Khan (@ferozekhaan) October 6, 2020
Here is How Rihanna Apologized to Muslims!
Rihanna issued an apology to the Muslim community on Tuesday. She faced an extreme backlash for using a recitation from Islam’s sacred hadith in a song for her lingerie show. Rihanna put it into words as:
“I’d like to thank the Muslim community for pointing out a huge oversight that was unintentionally offensive in our savage x fenty show,” Rihanna wrote in her Instagram Stories. “I would more importantly like to apologize to you for this honest, yet careless mistake.”
She posted this apology note on her Instagram account. Furthermore, the producer Coucou Chloe also tweeted to apologize while owning the mistake.
I want to deeply apologize for the offence caused by the vocal samples used in my song ‘DOOM'. The song was created using samples from Baile Funk tracks I found online. At the time, I was not aware that these samples used text from an Islamic Hadith. 1/2
— COUCOU CHLOE (@coucou_chloe) October 5, 2020
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