Rihanna celebrates her first ‘National Heroes Day’ in Barbados with an emotional Instagram post: ‘I will forever cherish these memories’

Time flies, because just a year ago, Rihanna received the extreme honor of becoming one of Barbados’ heroes as the recipient of the title ‘National Heroes Day’ – and she just commemorated the first anniversary with some very heartfelt words on social media. media. In a lengthy Instagram post, Rihanna expressed her honor to be named the national hero of her native Barbados.

Posting a collection of photos and videos from last year’s event to mark the first anniversary, Rihanna posted the following message:

“My very first #NationalHeroesDay as the national hero of my country, Barbados! What an absolute honor to be among those great men and women who came before me and held this title as a sign of commitment to our nation! I will forever cherish these memories and continue to fully represent the Bajan people and my native Barbados!! Love and gratitude to both the Prime Minister, the Honorable Mia Amor Mottley and our President, Her Excellency the Right Honorable Dame Sandra Mason for entrusting me with this honour!

As we previously reported, in November 2021, Rihanna was named by the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, as an official national hero during a ceremony on the island. After receiving the title, she became the second woman to be honored in the country’s history among a group of 11 other recipients.

Meanwhile, in other Rihanna news, she reportedly hosted a joint baby shower earlier this week with A$AP Rocky that was reportedly rave-themed. The couple are getting closer to welcoming their very first child together any day now.

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