Rihanna goes on dinner date with Saudi billionaire boyfriend Hassan Jameel accompanied by a fleet of bodyguards
The couple, who have mostly preferred to keep their romance out of the spotlight, tried to keep things low-key as they enjoyed a late-night dinner date in Malibu
Rihanna was recently spotted enjoying dinner with her Saudi billionaire boyfriend Hassan Jameel, who she has been dating for the last couple of years.
The couple, who have mostly preferred to keep their romance out of the spotlight, tried to keep things low-key as they enjoyed a late-night dinner date in Malibu on Saturday.
The 30-year-old Barbados-born singer and her beau were spotted as they were trying to leave the restaurant separately, without getting caught by the paparazzi. Both of them were accompanied by bodyguards as they parted after their late-night dinner date.
For the dinner, the 'Rude Boy' singer was seen wearing a strapless black top and dark pants covered by a thick tan coat. She also wore large hoop earrings while carrying a black handbag to compliment her look. On the other hand, Jameel was seen casually dressed in a dark cap, dark shirt over a dark hoodie and brown pants.
Although there are very few details about their relationship out in the open, the couple is believed to have been dating since December 2016. Rihanna even confirmed her relationship with the Saudi billionaire in the June 2018 issue of Vogue.
In the past, the 'Work' singer has been linked to rapper Travis Scott, Canadian rapper Drake and Los Angeles Dodgers baseball player Matt Kemp. And quite recently, the singer made it to the news regarding her music and plans for the upcoming new year.
"Simultaneously doing lingerie, makeup, film, amongst a couple other things that I enjoy. When the music is ready, you won't have to ask for it. But it's coming," the Fenty Beauty founder told a fan on social media. And although there has been no release date mentioned yet, her vocal producer Kuk Harrell revealed to fans during an Instagram Live that Rihanna's currently untitled ninth studio album was 'amazing'.
Just last month, Rihanna also publicly called out US President Donald Trump and slammed the use of tear gas on migrants on the Mexican border by US authorities, terming it an act of "terrorism". Border Patrol agents were seen and photographed releasing tear gas onto crowds of migrants, a majority of whom were children.
Riri took to Instagram to share a picture tweet which reported the tear gas incident and wrote, "terrorism" alongside it as the caption. Rihanna shared a post by Chris Sherman, the Mexican correspondent for the Associated Press, which said, "US Border Patrol has just launched tear gas into Mexico. Breeze carrying it hundreds of yards. Parents running away with choking toddlers. #migrantcaravan."