Rihanna seen in New York streets joining in on the #StopAsianHate march

Rihanna was spotted on the streets of New York rallying behind the Asian-American community as she lends her voice as well as her fashion and dancing skills at the #StopAsianHate march.

Riri was seen alongside her assistant, Tina Truong, on Sunday holding signs with other protesters included in the march as drivers passing by honked in support.

Rihanna carried a couple of sign that reads, “Hate = Racism Against God’ while the other read, “#StopAsianHate.”

Rihanna did not only show up for the march in solidarity, she was hands-on.

She made the sign herself and was seen holding it proudly. She also vibed with fellow marchers and danced along the way as she walked the street.

Watch Rihanna at the #StopAsianHate protest below.

Riri also went undercover and it was pretty much difficult to tell she was the one. She had a mask on as well as a hat, sunglasses and a mask.

One of the marchers was seen in another video asking for her Instagram not knowing he was talking to the Caribbean Queen!

The biggest positive being a great movement was held to stem violence against the Asian community.

Asian hate crimes have gone out of control over time.

A woman was viciously attacked over the weekend in Central Park. Another man was recently charged with hate crimes after brutally assaulting a 65-year-old Asian woman … and it was all caught on video.

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