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Rihanna reveals Fenty coming to Nigeria, other African countries

Fenty, which first launched as a cosmetic brand, has become popular for its broad inclusivity across all skin tones and genders.

• May 10, 2022
Rihanna (Credit: The UK Guardian)

International star Rihanna has announced that her popular beauty brand Fenty will be coming to Nigeria.

The news was revealed via the Forbes Billionaire’s official Twitter page today, May 10, stating, “I’ve been waiting for this moment! @fentybeauty & @fentyskin are finally dropping in Africa.

Rihanna listed Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe as the African countries to receive the product on May 27.

Fenty, which first launched as a cosmetic brand, became popular for its broad inclusivity across all skin tones and genders, with the original foundation launching with 40 different shades.

The pop star, who recorded her last body of work in 2016, was declared a billionaire in 2021 with Fenty generating more than $550 million in revenue in 2020.

Credit for her wealth and net worth of $1.7 billion can be attributed to her Fenty Beauty cosmetics line and Savage X Fenty lingerie business.

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