Rihanna Was Spotted At A 'Secret' Video Shoot With Young Thug

By Taylor Fields

September 14, 2020

Could it finally be happening?! Could we FINALLY be getting a taste of Rihanna's new album? *crosses fingers*

Photos captured by photographer Diggzy have surfaced on social media of Badgalriri on the set of what looks like it could be a video shoot with Young Thug, Hip-Hop blog HipHopNMore reported. The pictures have fans speculating as to what the video shoot was for with some guessing that it was possibly for a Savage x Fenty show, while others are wondering if it's finally new music.

In the photos, Rihanna is wearing white button down shirt, unbuttoned in the front so it exposes her black lace bra, and some leather pants then changing into a skirt. Young Thug is pictured in an oversized jacket. See the photos HERE.

And to add more fuel to the fire, during the same weekend Young Thug's YSL Records shared an older photo of Rih and the rapper.

So, what does it really mean? Only time will tell. But, it's no secret fans have been begging Rihanna for a new album for years. Back in May when a fan asked where a new album was, she jokingly replied "I lost it" with the shrugging emoji.

Rihanna last released a project four years ago via 2016's ANTI, and since then has stayed relatively quiet on the music front to focus on business endeavors like her lingerie line Savage X Fenty, makeup line Fenty Beauty, and most recently Fenty Skin. However, she did team up with PARTNEXTDOOR on their 2020 track "Believe It" — so maybe music isn't too far off, even if it's included in a Savage X Fenty show.

In fact, let's rewind back to January when Rihanna shared the below picture to promote her lingerie line — there is a stack of vinyl records on the floor next to her with Savage X Fenty at the front. Of course, it could just be there because the shoot was for promotion of the intimates ... but what if it was an Easter egg this whole time?

Photo: Getty Images

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