Rihanna on Whether or Not She'll Attend the Royal Wedding

Kevin Mazur via Getty Images                   Rihanna at the launch of her new lingerie brand Savage X Fenty on May 10 in New York City

Kevin Mazur via Getty Images Rihanna at the launch of her new lingerie brand Savage X Fenty on May 10 in New York City

Naturally, people have been linking the two together ever since, even sparking up the meme of a snapshot of the two at the AIDS event where Rihanna hypothetically tells the prince, "So, I hear you like black girls now" when news broke of his relationship with fiancée Meghan Markle. Rihanna then asks, "Why would you think I'm invited?"

When the Wild Thoughts singer said she wasn't aware it was coming up, the reporter continued to ask if she had received an invite.

If there's one thing you need to know about Rihanna, it's that she hates pointless interview questions. Back then in the media reported that Prince Harry and Rihanna talked nearly all night, like bosom friends.

Rihanna added: 'Oh shoot, see, I need to stay on the internet more'.

Seriously - we can't stop laughing and reciting the words "Okay, you met me" because Rihanna is goals.


"You met me, you think you're coming to my wedding?". "Am I coming to yours?"

Rihanna, who is now dating Saudi billionaire Hassan Jameel, also gave the royal couple some sound advice for their honeymoon.

The Savage X Fenty line, the Diamonds star's latest fashion venture, was officially launched on Thursday night at Brooklyn nightclub Villain, and as well a showing off her new skimpy designs, the singer also unveiled hologram Rihanna.

"[The line has] sexy gifts for your girlfriends, whether you're a man, whether you're a woman, whether you're just a best friend. It depends on how savage you wanna be".

Well, there you have it ...

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