One of our favourite FAB girls, Rihanna, has come under fire recently for an interesting outfit choice.

After wearing a blue top made of Ostrich feathers while attending the launch of her new fragrance Reb’l Fleur last month, animal activists group PETA  expressed their shock and disappointment at the star’s decision to do so.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rihanna launches Reb'L Fleur fragrance in London

Speaking to Britain’s Daily Star newspaper, PETA spokesperson Sandra Smiley said:

Rihanna is flaunting stolen property, in this case feathers possibly plucked right off their rightful owner’s backs.

She continued: “She has shown little regard for foxes, cows and reptiles, now she’s adding birds to the list of species exploited for her dubious looks. Feathers are often ripped off chickens, geese, ostriches and emus in live plucking. This can result in gaping wounds that are sewn up with a needle and thread without anesthetic.”

Ms Smiley then went on, to what many are saying is a very low blow by concluding, “We keep hoping that Rihanna, a victim of violence herself, will learn to open her heart and start empathizing with the suffering of others.”

 

 

What do you think?

Do you think Rihanna should start making an effort to refrain from genuine wearing print?

What is your stance on the issue?

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