Rihanna's Fenty Beauty reportedly sued over lack of access for visually-impaired customers

  /  07.04.2019

Although The Navy believes that Rihanna can do no wrong, there are others who question that theory.

According to a new report from The Blast, the Anti singer was hit with a lawsuit earlier today (July 4). A visually-impaired customer, Beatriz Gutierrez, filed a lawsuit against Fenty Beauty for lack of access for visually impaired customers. Gutierrez, who is visually-impaired and legally blind, states that the beauty website is not equipped to handle her needs. She further explains that Riri’s beauty company doesn’t utilize standard screen-reading technology, which enables blind customers to interact with the site.

Despite the recent lawsuit, the 31-year-old singer has seen a ton of success from her all of her business ventures. Rihanna’s clothing line, Fenty, features an array of items. While speaking with E! News, she emphasized the importance of making everyone feel included.

“We have our fit models, which is the standard size from factories, you just get your samples made in one size,” she began. “But then, I want to see it on my body, I want to see it on a curvy girl with thighs and a little bit of booty and hips.”

Earlier this year, Forbes dubbed Rihanna as the richest female musician in the world with a net worth of $600 million. After being founded in 2017, Fenty Beauty has racked up over $570 million in sales. The news outlet also explains that the company is estimated to be worth more than $3 billion.

In addition to that, the Barbados singer’s bag doesn’t stop there. Rihanna co-owns the Savage x Fenty lingerie line with fashion retailer, TechStyle Fashion Group. There are also reports that the songstress filed for a trademark of Fenty Skin and is working on a skincare line. This wouldn’t be a bad idea since makeup and skincare go hand in hand.

Rihanna nor her team have yet to comment on the reported lawsuit against Fenty Beauty.


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