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Former President Donald Trump took to his social media on Thursday to criticize singer Rihanna, who performed at the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.

Trump posted on his Truth Social account that without her stylist, "she'd be NOTHING." He finds everything in her "bad," said that she has "no talent."

His comment was in response to a post on the social media platform, which he started after being banned by social media giants like Twitter and Facebook, from Representative Ronny Jackson (Republican-Texas). He said that Rihanna should not have been the performer at the Sunday event. He criticized her for spray-painting criticism of Trump on a car at a ranch in Amarillo, Texas, nearly three years ago, reported The Hill.

As for Rihanna and Trump, they have clashed before. She even had a legal win over Trump in 2018 in connection with her music. At the time, her performing rights company, Broadcast Music Inc., informed the then-President that he could no longer use her songs at any of his political rallies.

When a reporter tweeted that her music was "blaring" at a rally in Tallahassee, Rihanna responded, "Not for much longer." She said that neither she nor her people "would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies."

During Trump's presidency, Rihanna was vocal about her criticism of the politician, who started off as a businessman.

Other musicians, including Elton John, Pharrell Williams and Steven Tyler of the popular band Aerosmith have also requested that Trump not play their songs at his rallies.

Meanwhile, following her explosive Super Bowl halftime show, a representative for Rihanna confirmed that the "Love the Way You Lie" singer is pregnant, as per Hollywood Reporter.

She sang and danced to her hit songs like "We Found Love" and "Work" at the State Farm Arena in Glendale, Arizona. The Philadelphia Eagles are playing the Kansas City Chiefs at the venue.

During her performance, she even hinted that she was pregnant, which was buzzing on social media Sunday.

The Grammy winner and rapper A$AP Rocky already have a nine-month-old boy. During an interview that took place ahead of her show, she said that she first thought twice about performing at the event, but motherhood inspired her to perform at the big game.

She said that she was like, "You sure? I'm three months postpartum. Should I be making major decisions like this right now?" She said that she might regret doing the show.

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