Rihanna ‘not fit’ says a church leader

Concerned that Barbados is in a state of decay and immorality, a church leader has accused world-class singer Rihanna of “always doing foolishness”, and called her unworthy of being an ambassador.

At a service launching the Independence anniversary celebrations being put on by the Democratic Labour Party (DLP),  Bishop Dr Marlon Husbands took issue with some of the actions of the pop star, and also expressed concerns about the level of indiscipline, immorality and homosexuality in the country.

Speaking at the Sanctuary Empowerment Centre on Country Road, St Michael, before an audience that included Acting Prime Minister Ronald Jones, President of the Senate Sir Branford Taitt and Speaker Michael Carrington and fellow Members of Parliament Steve Blackett and Patrick Todd, Bishop Husbands lambasted Rihanna for the controversy that ensued last September in Dublin when a farmer told her to cover up after she stripped down for a video in a wheat field.

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