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The art of the clap back is a study in discernment, wit, and instinct, which is why it should come as no surprise that Rihanna, Internet queen, is the reigning champ of shutting down the haters.While the Barbados native has been known to hop into her her mentions on social media to interact with fans and Internet trolls with “RIH-plies,” she’s not scared to jump into the fray and keep it real with her fellow celebs.(PEOPLE.com) -- In a "20/20" interview airing Friday, Rihanna offers her graphic account of the fateful February 7 confrontation with then-boyfriend Chris Brown -- including the terrifying blankness that seemed to come over him as he assaulted her. And I wouldn't drop it," Rihanna told Diane Sawyer in the interview, portions of which aired Friday morning on "Good Morning America." "I couldn't take that he kept lying to me, and he couldn't take that I wouldn't drop it. "Because it was a bit of an obsession." She also discusses how she eventually broke things off with Brown, and how she feels about him today. She said all she kept thinking was, "When is it going to stop? From Ciara to Diplo, see Ri’s best Internet clapbacks below.February 2011 — Ciara: Rihanna’s first notable Internet clap back was directed at singer Ciara after the latter took to to say that Ri “wasn’t the nicest to her” when she ran into her at a party What resulted was a Twitter sparring match that won’t soon be forgotten, starting with Rihanna sending a cheeky tweet directed at Ciara.where they commented on modesty in entertainment without singling out any one pop star, noting that they “sold and became the biggest girl selling group of all time, with our clothes on. The optics of the situation obviously had Rihanna feeling some kind of way, because she changed her Twitter header photo to be a shot of TLC topless in the ’90s, as well as a sub tweet about the ladies.asked whether or not the NBA player and Rihanna were dating, Barnes answered that they were friends and that he would “see where it goes.” Rihanna did not appreciate this answer and took to her Instagram to unleash a series of hilarious and iconic hashtags along with a screenshot of the offending video that promptly put Barnes in his place.
And the person comes in, comes right to the table and says, “Hey what’s up y’all.” And I already know it’s an issue, so I say “Hey cool” and I keep it moving.
Pro tip: If someone tries to lie about their relationship status with you (or lack thereof,) the hashtags #thedevilisaliar and #thisactuallyhurtmyfeelings work quite nicely. January 2017 — Azealia Banks: Rihanna deftly shut down polarizing rapper Azealia Banks after Banks slammed Ri for tweeting a critique of President Donald Trump’s executive order that banned refugees from seven Muslim majority countries.
While Banks questioned whether Rihanna was American, Ri Ri not only reveled in her immigrant status with an Instagram post but made good use of her hashtags in the caption.
got ripped to shreds online after they published a post crassly titled “Is Rihanna Going to Make Fat the Hot New Trend?
” While the Internet was up in arms about the body shaming post, Rihanna responded with a flawless rejoinder in the form of a single meme on her Instagram.
The post featured two images of Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane at different sizes along with the words: “If you can’t handle me at my 2007 Gucci Mane, you don’t deserve me at my 2017 Gucci Mane.” Her caption was a sole emoji with a tear running down its face, which could refer to Gucci’s famous tear drop face tattoos but more likely references the tears she isn’t shedding over body-shaming haters.