A happy birthday to rihanny, the British rapper and the woman behind the hit song “Happy Birthday”.
Rihanna is a British rapper with a name that means ‘happy birthday’ in English, and the song “Bitch Better Have My Money” is based on her life story.
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In the song, Rihanna, now 32, says “I am so happy you’re my birthday girl” and then goes on to say “You got me rih-yah”.
She added: “I’m so happy for you.
I have a happy, happy life.
You’re so young, I’m really proud of you.
It’s my birthday.
And I’m going to get my own money from this”.
On Monday, she tweeted: “Happy birthday to my sister, @rihanna.
She’s my inspiration.
Thank you for giving me my own freedom.”
She was also a part of the group ‘Rising Up’ which released their debut album “Rise” in 2008, which was nominated for an Oscar in the Best Original Song category.
‘Happy Birthday’ has been used in the lyrics of other Rihanna songs including the 2013 hit single “Fancy” and the 2013 single “Diamonds” from her album The Monster Inside.
Last year, she appeared on “The View” with Katy Perry and said she was proud of her achievements.
She also wrote in an Instagram post: “So proud of all the amazing women and people that have given me my life.
My career is about giving my love and support to everyone.
My birthday was an amazing surprise.
I was so lucky to have a great life and to be able to share it with so many.
It really is a special time in my life and it was a huge privilege for me.”