The father of Rihanna surpasses the coronavirus after his daughter will buy a respirator

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The relationship of Rihanna with your father it is not idyllic and they go through ups and downs that end up arousing the interest of the media. But this time their names come to the headlines for a reason that has nothing to do with their strip and aflojas but by the gesture of the artist toward his father, invaded of coronavirus: I bought a respirator to help him in the course of the disease.

Since Ronald Fenty was separated from the mother of Rihanna’s divorced when she was a little girl, the relationship between father and daughter has not been very good for us to say. So you just need to remember that a few months ago, artist denounced him for using his name without his consent to sign economic agreements.



Rihanna and her father Rondald Fenty

Rihanna and her father Rondald Fenty
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But that chapter left behind and a while ago we saw them reconciled in some images in which both are hugging each other. Well, now that the man has needed, more than ever, Rihanna has been all close to him. What has happened? That has been infected by coronaviruses.

Ronald Fenty, who has already overcome the disease, has spoken in an interview with the daily The Sun and there he thanked the public the treatment he has received for part of his daughter. “Got in contact with me daily to make sure he was ok. The truth is that I thought I was going to die,” he said.

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bought a mechanical ventilator and made it come to Barbados, the place where the man resides. However, his health not deteriorated so much as to have to need it, and now fully recovered.

“I have to say: I love you so very much Robyn. You’ve done so much for me and I appreciate it from the heart”, he admitted the man excitedly called to Rihanna by her real name. In addition, also has urged the population of the island to stay at home due to the global pandemic that has already killed thousands of people all over the world.

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Rihanna
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