Donald Trump Slams Rihanna For ‘The Single Worst Halftime Show In Super Bowl History’

Donald Trump has never been known as a man of good taste, which is why it’s no surprise that he hated Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime show performance. The Cheeto himself, desperate to stay culturally relevant, took to his private social media network, Truth Social, to call out the “Rude Boy” singer, question her sartorial choices, and insult the country he lives in and craves to control once more.

Rihanna took to the stage during halftime at Super Bowl LVII between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs for a 13-minute medley of all her best tracks. And believe us, there were tons to get through. However, even better than seeing one of the era’s best pop stars back on stage after a long hiatus was the revelation that she’s expecting her second child with ASAP Rocky. Most fans were buzzing with the news, but Donald Trump thinks Rihanna needs to sit down and shut up.

Donald Trump really isn’t into Rihanna

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“EPIC FAIL: Rihanna gave, without question, the single worst Halftime Show in Super Bowl History,” Trump wrote. “This after insulting far more than half of our Nation, which is already in serious DECLINE, with her foul and insulting language. Also, so much for her ‘Stylist!'”

It’s unclear what exactly he took issue with. Foul language? We’ve heard plenty of that out of Trump’s mouth over the years. Is it because she didn’t bring out any extra guests? It’s hard to imagine who Trump would have wanted to see. Kid Rock? Ted Nugent? Should she have wrapped herself in American flags and called for an insurrection? Printed out Hillary’s e-mails? It’s hard to say.

Whatever bee Trump has in his bonnet, no one truly cares. Thankfully, most headlines following Rihanna’s epic Super Bowl performance have been overwhelmingly positive. Just as they should be.

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Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill