Rihanna is joining the virtual party wave.
The Anti singer announced yesterday (Apr. 9) that her luxury fashion brand Fenty will be hosting their very first “Fenty Social Club” on Instagram Live tonight (Apr. 10).
“Pull up to the @FentyOfficial IG live party tomorrow in celebration of our latest #fauxleather capsule! Hit the link for ya invitation!” she posted on Instagram. She also commented on her post adding that she was “deadass getting dressed up full face and heels” for the event.
The party will feature DJ sets from Kitty Ca$h, DJ Pedro and Stretch Armstrong and a performance by British rapper Octavian. Rihanna is also set to make an appearance, but there’s no word on whether or not she will perform.
The “Needed Me” singer has been out of the public eye and practicing social distancing, but that didn’t stop her from helping those in need.
Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation teamed up Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to create a grant for $4.2 million to aid those who are directly affected by domestic violence during California’s stay-at-home order.
The grant “will enable the Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles to provide 10 weeks of support for victims of domestic abuse including shelter, meals and counseling for individuals and their children,” according to a press release.
Rih also teamed up with JAY-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation to donate $2 million to several organizations such as the Mayor’s Fund for L.A., Fund for Public Schools, American Civil Liberties Union and the New York Immigration Coalition.
The emergency funds will also offer daycare and resources for healthcare workers’ and first responders’ children, meal deliveries for Los Angeles and New York City’s homeless and elderly populations, COVID-19 testing in New York, financial support for undocumented workers, learning materials for children in shelters and Coronavirus emergency preparedness for prisoners.
The party kicks off at 6 pm ET. To get your digital invite to the party tonight, click here.