Rihanna Debuts American Oxygen, Slams The Religious Freedom Restoration Act

THZ Photo Library: Rihanna Photo Credit:SeeSantana.com

THZ Photo Library: Rihanna
Photo Credit:SeeSantana.com

Rihanna made it clear how she feels about the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

During March Madness Music Fest at White River State Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, Rihanna debut her new song American Oxygen. The lyrics to her song is “Breathe out, breathe in / This American oxygen / Every breath I breathe / Chasing this American dream / Respect for a nickel and dime / Turn it into an empire.” She also sang hits such as”FourFiveSeconds” and “Bitch Better Have My Money” as well as hits “Rock Star 101,” “Stay,” “We Found Love” and set closer “Diamonds.”

She didn’t stop there. She used her headlining status to slam the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.”Who’s feeling these new bulls— laws that they’re trying to pass over here? I say f— that s—,” Rihanna told the crowd, inciting chants of “F— that s—.” “We’re just living our motherf—ing lives. Indiana!” Although Rihanna’s March Madness performance was live-streamed, her Indiana comments were heavily censored upon broadcast.

The Religious Freedom Act is aimed at removing fears that it would allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians.

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