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Unrest: Rihanna fans were shocked to discover that they had misread the singer's name after introducing herself last Thursday in a video for British Vogue

The fans of Rihanna are shocked by the fact that they incorrectly pronounced her name YEARS as a video in which she says that her own name goes viral

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Rihanna fans were shocked to discover that they had misused the singer's name after introducing herself in a video for British Vogue.

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The Umbrella hit maker, 31, caused unrest on Twitter when she uttered her name in a video posted by the publication of her Fenty pop-up store in Paris last Thursday.

In the clip she said & # 39; Hello British Vogue, it's Rihanna & # 39; – giving her name & # 39; Ree-Anna & # 39; instead of & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39 ;, which is usually the American statement.

Unrest: Rihanna fans were shocked to discover that they had misread the singer's name after introducing herself last Thursday in a video for British Vogue

Unrest: Rihanna fans were shocked to discover that they had misread the singer's name after introducing herself last Thursday in a video for British Vogue

These very confused fans in the US, who usually refer the singer to the second, and apparently incorrect, variation.

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After watching the splitting video, a Twitter user said: & # 39; s We have misplaced Rihanna & # 39; s name this time & # 39 ;.

Another said: & # 39; I love how we all collectively choose to pronounce Rihanna & # 39; s name incorrectly & # 39 ;.

Shock: The Umbrella hit maker, 31, caused unrest on Twitter when she pronounced her name in a video posted by the publication of her Fenty pop-up store

Shock: The Umbrella hit maker, 31, caused unrest on Twitter when she pronounced her name in a video posted by the publication of her Fenty pop-up store

Divided: In the clip she said & # 39; Hello British Vogue, it's Rihanna & # 39; - in which she entered her name & # 39; Ree-Anna & # 39; instead of & # 39; Ri-Ah-Na & # 39;

Divided: In the clip she said & # 39; Hello British Vogue, it's Rihanna & # 39; - in which she entered her name & # 39; Ree-Anna & # 39; instead of & # 39; Ri-Ah-Na & # 39;

Shock: The Umbrella hit maker, 31, caused unrest on Twitter when she pronounced her name in a video posted by the publication of her Fenty pop-up store

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Confusion: the singer's statement confuses fans in the US, who generally refer to the singer as & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39;

Confusion: the singer's statement confuses fans in the US, who generally refer to the singer as & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39;

Confusion: the singer's statement confuses fans in the US, who generally refer to the singer as & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39;

& # 39; I am so p ***** that we have used Rihanna's name wrong all the time. I'm so sorry, queen @rihanna, & a third said.

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Others confirmed that they already knew how to correctly say the name of the Barbados singer, but still pronounce it as & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39 ;.

A social media user said: & # 39; I know how to pronounce the name of Rihanna, but I still say it's wrong if 60 percent of the time & # 39 ;.

Another addition: & # 39; I have heard her say Rihanna in this way, but I still like to & # 39; Ri-Anne-Na & # 39; but that is not fair to her.

Incorrect: others confirmed that they already knew how to correctly say the name of the Barbados singer, but still pronounce it & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39;

Incorrect: others confirmed that they already knew how to correctly say the name of the Barbados singer, but still pronounce it & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39;

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Incorrect: others confirmed that they already knew how to correctly say the name of the Barbados singer, but still pronounce it & # 39; Ree-Ah-Na & # 39;

Big step: some insisted that British and Australian fans have always pronounced her name correctly - and even suggested that this wrong statement was the reason why she moved to London

Big step: some insisted that British and Australian fans have always pronounced her name correctly - and even suggested that this wrong statement was the reason why she moved to London

Big step: some insisted that British and Australian fans have always pronounced her name correctly – and even suggested that this wrong statement was the reason why she moved to London

& # 39; Just as we have pronounced Grande wrongly, if the & # 39; Grand-ie is & # 39; and not & # 39; Grande & # 39 ;.

Some insisted that the British and Australian fans had always correctly pronounced her name – and even suggested that the wrong statement was the reason she moved to London.

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& # 39; Look, this is why she moved to the UK, we are the only ones who have said her name well & # 39 ;, said a Twitter user.

Rihanna – born Robyn Rihanna Fenty – revealed that she had lived under the radar in London earlier this month last month.

Incognito: Rihanna revealed that she had been under the radar earlier this month last year after placing a selfie with a Sainsbury & # 39; s bag in the background

Incognito: Rihanna revealed that she had been under the radar earlier this month last year after placing a selfie with a Sainsbury & # 39; s bag in the background

Incognito: Rihanna revealed that she had been under the radar earlier this month last year after placing a selfie with a Sainsbury & # 39; s bag in the background

The singer, originally from Barbados, told it New York Times that they & # 39; a little incognito & # 39; stayed during a stay in the capital and enjoy the relative anonymity that the city entails.

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She said: [I enjoy] walking around the block. As I walk, I try to keep it a little incognito, & # 39; adding that they Bank Holidays & # 39; crazy & # 39; finds [in a good way].

Upon learning the movement, Britons have gone wild with excitement – with many joining the dots earlier in the month, when the star shared a selfie with a Sainsbury & # 39; s bag in the background.

She said: [I enjoy] walking around the block. As I walk, I try to keep it a little incognito, & # 39; adding that they Bank Holidays & # 39; crazy & # 39; finds [in a good way]

She said: [I enjoy] walking around the block. As I walk, I try to keep it a little incognito, & # 39; adding that they Bank Holidays & # 39; crazy & # 39; finds [in a good way]

She said: [I enjoy] walking around the block. As I walk, I try to keep it a little incognito, & # 39; adding that they Bank Holidays & # 39; crazy & # 39; finds [in a good way]

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