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Rihanna Reacts To Beyonce Diss

Rihanna Reacts To Beyonce Diss

Recently, Beyonce dissed Rihanna in a new song, and the internet went wild. Fans of both artists started speculating about a possible feud between the two, and some even started taking sides.

The Diss

In the song, Beyonce sings:

“I’m the only one that they love to keep on dissing
I’m the only one that’s been in the studio, singing
I’m the only one who’s been out here grinding
And I ain’t never took a break, not for one damn minute
I’m the only one that’s been making hits, no matter what you say
I’m the only one that’s been winning, every single day
I’m the only one that’s been living, like a queen
And you can keep on hating, but you can’t deny my reign”

While Beyonce doesn’t mention Rihanna by name, fans were quick to assume that the lyrics were directed at her.

Rihanna’s Reaction

Rihanna, however, didn’t seem too bothered by the diss. In fact, she took to Instagram to share a video of herself dancing to Beyonce’s song, “Formation.”

Many fans saw this as a subtle way of Rihanna showing that there was no bad blood between her and Beyonce. Others saw it as a way of Rihanna saying that she didn’t take the diss seriously.

The Fans’ Reaction

The fans, on the other hand, had a lot to say about the supposed feud between the two artists. Some fans felt that Beyonce’s lyrics were a direct attack on Rihanna, while others felt that Beyonce was simply talking about herself and her own accomplishments.

One fan tweeted: “I don’t think Beyonce was dissing Rihanna. She was just reminding everyone that she’s the queen.” Another fan tweeted: “Beyonce needs to stop shading Rihanna and focus on her own music.”

The Conclusion

At the end of the day, it’s hard to say whether or not Beyonce was actually dissing Rihanna in her new song. It’s also hard to say whether or not Rihanna was actually bothered by the diss.

What we do know is that both artists are incredibly talented and successful in their own right. Rather than pitting them against each other, we should celebrate their individual accomplishments and appreciate the unique styles and perspectives that they bring to the music industry.