Rihanna and Beyoncé are showing some boss lady moves, but who is the real boss?

From all entertainment news across the world, Rihanna and Beyoncé—have been the headlines. The two stars are making boss moves, but who is the real boss?

Beyoncé recently dropped the “Mood 4 Eva” music video—as part of celebrating Black is king anniversary. The music video highlights a lot of imagery and arts, which reflect a lot of African originality.
The track features JAY-Z, Childish Gambino and Oumou Sangaré. Fans also saw special guest appearances by Kelly Rowland, Bey’s mom and Tina Knowles Lawson in the video. The video attracted many reactions upon its release, and it already has a lot of views on YouTube.

According to Variety, “mood 4 Eva”—was shot in Los Angeles at the famed Beverly House over two days in September 2019.

On the other, Rihanna is a billionaire— Yes, a billionaire! Not only a billionaire but the world female wealthiest musician– on earth and second in entertainment. According to Forbes, The pop Star is worth 1.7 billion. Forbes—also revealed that the majority of Rihanna’s fortune is from her Fenty empire.

In 2017, the “What’s my name” singer launched—Fenty Beauty, an inclusive cosmetics line that made waves for catering to a wide range of individuals. Rihanna owns 50% of the company and has brought in $1.4 billion in less than five years. The partnership with LVMH made her the first Black woman under the historical, multinational group.

In a publication, Forbes wrote, “In February her lingerie line Savage x Fenty raised $115 million in funding at a $1 billion valuation. The company, which launched in 2018 as a joint venture with TechStyle Fashion Group, counts blue-chip investors like Jay-Z’s Marcy Venture Partners and private equity firm L. Catterton (in which Bernard Arnault is an investor) as shareholders. Rihanna maintains a 30% ownership stake”.

Let’s not forget, Beyoncé also have her ready to wear Ivy Park brand—and worn even by celebrities.

So now, who is the real boss here? Rihanna with her Fenty empire or Beyoncé with the Black is King and Ivy Park.

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