The singer spent some time in Target earlier this week, where she was spotted looking through the girls’ section. Based on the photos, she walked away with an $18 mini-dress in hand, sparking beliefs that she and A$AP Rocky may be expecting a baby girl.
” I just feel it in my gut that Rihanna’s baby is a girl,” wrote Twitter user @fiIipinaur.
“Omg soooo my big sis @rihanna all at Target shopping for a girl so TeTe baby a girl,” added Queen__Chante. A third user, @nicogee21, managed to fit in her desire for Rih’s new album while gushing over the baby’s potential looks. “The fact that @rihanna is having a girl – she’s going to be SOOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL!” she penned. “Blessing to Rih! Hopefully when the baby drops you’ll drop the album’s!?! Lol”
User @bxbyglow pointed out that shopping for clothes is not equivalent to a gender reveal. “How y’all know Rihanna is having a girl? Just because you see her clothing shopping. Y’all Twitter stans are weird,” she wrote. “Don’t give out the sex of the baby yet. Stop ruining shit.”
Another suggested that Rih was simply trying to mislead her fans. “@rihanna is lying about buying baby girl outfits! She just want to cover the tracks…,” @JuFentyy tweeted. “Love you Rih but I don’t trust you. We will know the truth!”
Rihanna is currently in her third and final trimester. Regardless of whether she has a boy or girl, one thing will remain true: she will not play about her child. “I feel like that’s the type of mom I’m going to be. Psycho about it,” she told Elle. In other words, if you talk about her baby, “it’s over.”
See the theories following Rihanna’s Target trip below.
i just feel it in my gut that rihanna’s baby is a girl
— 🌷💕 (@fiIipinaur) March 18, 2022
Omg soooo my big sis @rihanna all at Target shopping for a girl 🥺so TeTe baby a girl
— Chante'Renee (@Queen__Chante) March 18, 2022
The fact that @rihanna is having a girl – she’s going to be SOOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL! Blessing to Rhi! Hopefully when the baby drops you’ll drop the album’s!?! Lol
— lace🤷🏻♀️ (@nicogee21) March 18, 2022
How y’all know Rihanna is having a girl? Just because you see her clothing shopping. Y’all Twitter stans are weird. Don’t give out the sex of the baby yet. Stop ruining shit
— 𝒯𝒶𝓎 𝒯𝒶𝓎 🦋 (@bxbygIow) March 18, 2022
@rihanna is lying about buying baby girl outfits ! She just want to cover the tracks. 🤣
How can this be true when she promesse us R9 in 2019 and hide here pregnancy during 5 months !
Love you Rih but I don’t trust you🥸 !
— JuFenty (@JuFentyy) March 18, 2022
If y’all think Rihanna having a girl, it was very evident in that baby bump announcement. Sis had on a whole pink coat 😂😂
— BEEs Envy ME 🍯 (@TickleDa_Kitty) March 18, 2022
So Rihanna just confirmed that the baby is a girl. We knew that though.
— Suga A (@TheHoodsImam) March 18, 2022
why would rihanna go to target to buy baby clothes, now we know she having a girl 🤦🏾♀️
— 5.17 👼🏾✨ (@taygodly_) March 18, 2022
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