It might, actually, be conceivable, as indicated by an ongoing video from the twitter of British Vogue where the “Precious stones” vocalist, 31, presented herself with an altogether variant pronunciation than what a few fans were anticipating.
Rather than articulating her name as “Ri-ah-na”, the artist cheerfully opened the video and stated, “Hi, British Vogue, it’s ‘Ree-anna.’” Some fans were shocked subsequent to viewing the video, while others were a slight bit befuddled on by what other methods an individual could articulate the vocalist’s name.
One fan expressed, “so we’ve been saying Rihanna’s name wrong this entire time,” while someone else added that, “All of you all who state you don’t say Rihanna with pronouncing a hard ‘Ah’ on the ‘anna’ are lying ridiculous.” Another person tweeted, “I realize that I can say Rihanna’s name however regardless I state it mistakenly like 60% of the time.”
“Lol, Rihanna resembles me. I articulate and pronounce my name two unique ways yet simply because individuals will not say it the manner in which it should be,” kept in touch with one fan.
“I’ve heard her articulate Rihanna along these lines yet regardless I like stating ‘Ri-auhn-na’ not ‘Ri-Anne-na’ yet that is not reasonable for her. Much the same as we were pronouncing and saying Grande wrong.
Rihanna has stood out as truly newsworthy in the past for her silly reaction to fans asking about new music, kidding that she “feels she is being attacked” in an Instagram post a year ago. She subtitled the image — an image of herself looking bothered, encompassed by an enormous group — expressing, “When your fans continue approaching you for new music.”