Rihanna has become the first female artist to have ten songs with one billion Spotify streams.

The 35-year-old celebrated the incredible achievement on Instagram on Sunday, regramming the news alongside an iconic statement.

The soon-to-be mum-of-two wrote: ‘Bad gal billi… wit no new album… lemme talk my s**t.’

Needless to say, the hitmaker was inundated with congratulations from fans and fellow celebrities alike.

Beneath Rihanna’s post, Normani simply wrote: ‘Wow,’ while Motsi Mabuse added, ‘Girl lol,’ and many more of the A-lister’s 152million followers left comments like, ‘Talk allll the s**t you want’ and ‘I mean can you be any more of a baddie?’

Rihanna and her partner, rapper A$AP Rocky, are currently gearing up to welcome their second child together, with the stars already being doting parents to one-year-old son RZA.


Their son’s full name is RZA Athelaston Mayers, in tribute to both his dad and producer and rapper Rza, 53, leader of the Wu-Tang Clan and inspiration to Rocky, whose real name is Robert Fitzgerald Diggs.

Rihanna and A$AP confirmed their son’s name after speculation in May as he celebrated his first birthday, with Rocky writing alongside fun-filled family photos: ‘WU TANG IZ 4 DA CHUREN HAPPY 1st BIRTHDAY TO MY 1st BORN . RZA.’

Last month, the loved-up couple celebrated Father’s Day in their own unique way as they larked around in the bathroom together with Rihanna showing off her baby bump.

A$AP wrote on Instagram: ‘EVERYDAY FATHERS DAY.’

He also shared some adorable photos of little RZA, including a picture of them enjoying naptime together, as well as a close-up of his sweet son’s face and a video of him engrossed in the TV while lying on a bed.

In another photo, he was gently cradling RZA as he bent down to deliver a kiss to RiRi’s bump, clad in a white mesh cycling suit.

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