Rihanna’s early years were characterized by poverty and her father’s addiction in a rough neighborhood in Bridgetown, Barbados.
She assumed responsibility for her siblings despite obstacles, as her mother worked hard. A violent episode with her father when she was seven years old marked a sea change.
When Rihanna was younger, she sold things on the street, demonstrating her spirit of entrepreneurship. Her father, a former street vendor, unintentionally continued the family business.
When Rihanna first demonstrated early vocal talent, her father was impressed. Discovered at the age of 15, she quickly rose to fame in the pop world with hits like “Pon de Replay.”
Her business career surpassed her success in singing.
The release of Fenty Beauty has increased her revenue.
From a challenging start, Rihanna has gone on to become a successful global economic force.