What’s his name, oh na na? Five months after the birth of her son, Rihanna is revealing why she and A$AP Rocky decided to keep the name and photo of their son confidential. In an interview with the Washington Post that was published on Monday, the singer claimed, “We simply didn’t get around to it yet honestly.”
The 34-year-old Grammy winner continued, “We’ve just been living. But I suppose that putting something out there brings with it a certain freedom. The Fenty founder gave birth in May, and the 5-month-old has since been kept out of the spotlight.
In an interview with E! News on Monday, Rihanna added that now that she is a mother herself, Monica Braithwaite, she feels similar to her. The “Lift Me” singer admitted to the magazine that “it is bizarre.”
“Even the tiny things she does that irritate me, I do them. I look the same in every situation. I use the same language. I do the same thing as I swallow. I make the same mouth movement.
“Either I never noticed it or it never happened until I had a baby,” she continued. With her Savage X Fenty Vol. 4 show later this week and her much-awaited Super Bowl performance in February, Rihanna is eager to resume her career now that she is on the “other side” of pregnancy.
“His smile. He is the happiest baby. No matter what you’re doing or what you’re feeling, when he smiles at you everything else just goes away. It’s the best.”
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The lingerie designer said, “Once you cross over, you’re like, ‘I have to get back. There is something that simply occurs. In January, Rihanna announced her pregnancy with an outdoor photo shoot. She then spent the following few months showing off her growing baby bulge.
Other mothers, like model Shanina Shaik, were inspired by the beauty tycoon’s pregnancy wardrobe. The Victoria’s Secret Angel, 31, told Page Six in October that “Shy blazed the way.”
“I think it’s just about empowering women and realising that life doesn’t stop for us just because we become pregnant. “We can attend events and conduct ourselves normally.”