Rihanna And Justin Trudeau Promoting Foreign Aid Are The Ultimate Dream Team
Rihanna wants you to hit up Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The superstar sent a tweet urging her fans to call Trudeau regarding the Global Citizen social justice campaign. Global Citizen is an advocacy group dedicated to spreading awareness about diseases and eradicating extreme poverty.
Rihanna also posted about Global Citizen and Trudeau on her Instagram.
That's right, these two have formed a dream team to build a better world.
Global Citizen is trying to rally people to urge the Canadian government to provide $150 million in funding toward fighting polio, in addition to $75 million for an education fund. Rihanna has gladly pledged her support to this endeavor.
She's not only talented, but she's also a humanitarian.
Global Citizen provides people with numerous opportunities to support various causes by writing messages or calling leaders.
In return, they can earn points toward winning tickets to the Global Citizen Festival in Central Park on September 24, where Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar, Demi Lovato, Major Lazer and Metallica will perform. Other celebrities will be making appearances as well.
Trudeau also sent a tweet about this, which Rihanna retweeted.
It's pretty fantastic to see this two collaborating. Rihanna is universally admired, and Justin Trudeau has made Canada the best thing since sliced bread.
Naturally, people freaked out a little when they saw Rihanna tweeted about the young, hip Canadian prime minister.
The internet just can't seem to handle the idea of these two collaborating. It's clearly way too exciting.
Somebody grab a fire extinguisher.
Too hot to handle.
Winking face emoji.
Rihanna just Made Canada Great Again.
Maybe Drake facilitated the connection. After all, he is Canadian.
Some people weren't that impressed.
Others don't seem to know who Justin Trudeau is.
There was also a bit of confusion.
But mostly, there was just a lot of excitement.
It seems people feel Rihanna and Justin Trudeau are the solution to most of the world's problems. Maybe they're right?