Rihanna Marches in Stop Asian Hate Rally

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Rihanna joins Stop Asian Hate march in New York City

The 33-year-old singer avoided drawing attention to herself by covering her face in a black face mask, a baseball hat, and large, dark sunglasses.

The video showcasing Rihanna giving the protestor her Instagram ID and him getting shocked is now doing the rounds on social media after it was originally shared by the singer's assistant Tina Truong.

"This is what solidarity looks like!"

"When Rih gives you her IG handle but you think she trolling", Truong captioned the video.

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The video showcases an exchange between the protestor and Rihanna where the man after looking closely at the Instagram handle provided by the singer quips in utter surprise, "That's you?!"

Troung attended the rally with a sign that read "Bad day?"

Long, 21, was charged with eight counts of murder and aggravated assault.

The march was organized in the wake of a mass shooting which left six Asian woman dead at three Georgia massage parlors last month.

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Hate crimes reported against Asian Americans increased 149% annually in 2020 in 16 major USA cities, according to the Centre for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino.

Rallies in support of the community have been held across the country including in Atlanta, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco.

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