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Singer Rihanna used Islamic hadiths as a music for her lingerie show

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I’m not sure if I should get angry since the hadiths is narrated by Abu huraira, but still DISRESPECTFUL. She even worn a hijab and took disrespectful pictures in masjid. Btw, that music is really scary and creepy.
 

edit:- Ok, I am really angry. She made her models wear a lingerie with hijab.  
 

edit2:- I wanted to post the link but didn’t because there is disrespectful pictures.

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4 minutes ago, guest 2025 said:

I wonder if this was done with a purpose. 

Highly unlikely. Just saw a tweet from the person who made the music saying they just took a song from someone else who sampled the hadith, and felt sorry for offending people over it. I personally don't care, but it's nice that she wanted to be respectful. 

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1 hour ago, BleedKnee said:

Highly unlikely. Just saw a tweet from the person who made the music saying they just took a song from someone else who sampled the hadith, and felt sorry for offending people over it. I personally don't care, but it's nice that she wanted to be respectful. 

If it was just the hadith then I can see it as an accident. But the hijab and masjid make me suspicious.

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6 hours ago, Diaz said:

I’m not sure if I should get angry since the hadiths is narrated by Abu huraira, but still DISRESPECTFUL. She even worn a hijab and took disrespectful pictures in masjid. Btw, that music is really scary and creepy.
 

edit:- Ok, I am really angry. She made her models wear a lingerie with hijab.  
 

edit2:- I wanted to post the link but didn’t because there is disrespectful pictures.

It's not really surprising. We live in a world where everything is sexualized from body parts like feet to religious garb like Hijab. There's been quite a rise in "Hijab Pornography" these past years and "Refugee Porn" where they create scenarios using Models who play parts of "Poor Refugee Exploited for Sex by XYZ/Refugee experiences religious freedom" videos. It's mostly linked with the influx of Syrian Refugees into Europe/USA/Canada from my understanding. 

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Also one more thing I'd like to add here is. In African American culture, there have been Islamic elements influencing it in one way or another. This didn't begin with some holy spiritual journey but began as a racially motivated statement to White Americans during the Civil rights era. African Americans began to see christianity as a "White man's religion" and Jesus Christ as a "white man's God", began to adopt Islam as their religion. They also thought their names were "slave names" as inspired by christianity, Thus changed their names to make them Arabic/Muslim image as a further crusade for freedom and separating themselves from their past for example Malcolm Little changed his name to el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz and Cassius Clay changed his name to Muhammad Ali. 

Islam was later perverted even more when black empowerment groups arose which mixed in Islamic beliefs with black supremacy beliefs for example the Nation of Islam and Five-Percent Nation with the Five-Percent Nation being absolutely about black nationalism where members who joined up referred to each other as "Allah" or "God". The founder of that group called himself "Allah the father".  Because of these factors, Rap culture has also been influenced by Islamic elements because a lot of famous rappers like Rakim, Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Busta Rhymes Jay-Z amongst others are/were members of Five Percent Nation. 

Rihanna is from Barbados and Nicki Minaj is from Trinidad but they are deeply associated with African American identities in music. Same with Cardi-B who uses lyrics like "Eating Halal". Either they try to entice those Muslims who love music for promotion by shout-outs to them in the form of lyrics or claim some elements of Islamic identities like Hijab for themselves or they get away with it as twitter culture only has a problem when White people do anything associated with another culture like Biden saying InshAllah whilst giving a free pass to everyone else. 

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