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Rihanna is Forbes world’s richest female musical artist

By Reuters
05 June 2019   |   9:11 am
A new report from Forbes says the "Umbrella" songstress is worth $600 million. According to Forbes, much of Riri's fortune is thanks to a business deal with French company LVMH. Along with the luxury goods conglomerate, Rihanna holds co-ownership of Fenty Beauty. The singer launched the cosmetics brand back in 2017.

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