Rihanna finally shares a glimpse of her baby boy and he is super adorable

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Rihanna finally shared the first video of her baby boy on the popular platform TikTok. The noted singer revealed the face of her little one publicly for the very first time. For the unversed, RiRi posted an adorable video of her son smiling and giving some of the cutest expressions.

Reportedly, the Monster singer welcomed her son with boyfriend and rapper A$AP Rocky in May 2022. The news of their baby’s birth was confirmed by multiple international publications that also revealed that he was born on May 13 in Los Angeles.

The latest video

Recently, a Twitter user shared Rihanna’s latest TikTok video of her child on the social media platform and wrote, “Rihanna’s baby is so cute.” The singer’s son looked adorable in the video as he wore a black full-sleeved T-shirt. He could not stop his beaming smile while looking at his mother. Rihanna, while recording the sweet video, said, “You are trying to get Mommy’s phone?” From what we can figure from the video, her son did try to take the smartphone. At the end of the video, the little kid is seen yawning and looking happy as he stared out of the car through the window.

Earlier news

Rihanna made her much-awaited comeback to the music industry after a hiatus of six years. The fans were further excited to know that her first single was to be a part of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. For the unversed, the song is titled Life Me Up, and it was released worldwide on October 28, 2022. To add to the fans’ surprise, Rihanna confirmed the same through her social media handle.

The Black Panther sequel track is supposed to be Rihanna’s first-ever release since becoming a mother.

Life Me Up

As mentioned earlier, the MCU track is titled Lift Me Up and is already released, much to the excitement of the fans. It also marks Rihanna’s first-ever musical debut since 2016. For the unversed, the track is a tribute to the extraordinary life and legacy of the late Chadwick Boseman, who played the role of King T’Challa in the Black Panther. Boseman, who played the titular role in the film and appeared in multiple Avengers movies, passed away in 2020 following his battle with cancer. Talking about the upcoming song, it has been written by Nigerian singer-songwriter Tems and produced by Ludwig Göransson, including Black Panther’s director Ryan Coogler.

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