Already mother to two-year-old RZA and 10-month-old Riot, in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, Fenty Beauty mogul, Rihanna is shutting down pregnancy rumors, although, she would one day love to expand her family and include a little girl, so that she can be a “girl mom”.


At the launch of her new venture, Fenty Hair, the “Love on the Brain” singer was asked by the outlet about her previous comments, in terms of wanting to be a “girl mom.” Rihanna joked with ET saying, “Look how that turned out,” referring to RZA and Riot.

The outlet continued the interview asking the “Diamonds” singer if she wants to have more kids, she responded with a “definitely”.

“You know what, I hope so. I do.” Rihanna added for clarification, “I’m not pregnant if that’s what you’re asking. I would definitely have more kids.”

During her launch, Rihanna also had the opportunity to speak with Extra, expanding on the desire to grow her family.

“Everybody is pushing. Look, if I ever get a daughter, I am going to show her so much footage — she’s been talked about forever,” Rihanna teased. “… A spicy little girl would be so fun.”

Rihanna holding both sons on the beach. RIHANNA/BCKONLINE.COM

So, just how many children does the singer actually want to have? Well, in April, Rihanna spoke to Interview Magazine and told stylist Mel Ottenberg, “as many as God wants me to have.”

“As many as God wants me to have,” Rihanna responded. Ottenberg pushed for an exact number, to which Rihanna responded, “I don’t know what God wants, but I would go for more than two. I would try for my girl. But of course if it’s another boy, it’s another boy.”

The 36-year-old mother-of-two shares her two sons with 35-year-old musician, A$AP Rocky, whose real name is Rakim Athelaston Mayers.


Photo: Rihanna Instagram; A$AP Rocky Instagram; BCKOnline.com

Tiffany Silva

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