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Rihanna reportedly drops Ari Fletcher from Savage X Fenty after insensitive domestic violence comments

When it comes to her business, Rihanna doesn’t play. The Bajan singer and mogul has reportedly dropped socialite Ari Fletcher from her Savage X Fenty brand after Fletcher made some questionable comments about domestic violence victims. 220 Views Ari Fletcher might be the latest celebrity to get their Savage X Fenty brand partnership snatched from…

Rihanna is a serious businesswoman. After Fletcher’s questionable remarks about domestic violence victims, the Bajan singer and mogul Ari Fletcher was reportedly fired from her Savage X Fenty label.


Ari Fletcher may be the latest celebrity to have their Savage X Fenty brand partner taken from them for questionable claims.

Ari Fletcher was in hot water after she appeared on “Don’t Call Me White Girl”, a podcast where she discussed how she overcame some of the toxic behaviors she displayed during her relationship with Moneybagg Yo. Ari described the drama that would ensue as she would throw temper tantrums, threaten to leave Moneybagg Yo, and then pull out her gun.

After the video went viral, Ari received backlash from survivors of domestic violence. Ari Fletcher reacted even more strongly, posting on Instagram Live to increase her comments and scold her fans.

“You’re ugly. She snorted that she didn’t know of any man who would want to use a gun against her, and especially not to leave. “We don’t care. We don’t care. You don’t want to be a victim. Why would you want to be a victim ?”

Fans are now suspecting that Ari has reaped what she sowed in the form of a lost ambassadorship with Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty brand. Ari’s photos have been removed from the brand website. Ari seems to have removed all photos she took modeling Savage X Fenty on her social media.

Fans predicted Rihanna would cancel Ari Fletcher’s brand deal, as she has done it before.

In 2020, reality TV star Draya made some insensitive comments regarding domestic violence while on a podcast. Though she offered an apology, Rihanna subsequently cut off their brand partnership.

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