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Rihanna stunned at her Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2 Presented by Amazon Prime Video at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles on Thursday, Oct. 1.

The 32-year-old business mogul looks like a new woman after dropping nearly 60 pounds over the past year. This is what an unbothered woman looks like when she's not chasing after emotionally unavailable men.
 

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Jada and Will Smith's daughter Willow Smith (right) posed with West Coast socialite Paris Hilton at Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2 in Los Angeles.
 

Rihanna’s close friend, super model Bella Hadid strikes a pose at Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2 presented by Amazon Prime Video at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
 

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Jaida Essence Hall attends Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 2 presented by Amazon Prime Video at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. The show is set to air on October 2, 2020.

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Here is handsome Jaida without all the foundation, concealer, mascara and hair extensions!

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Rihanna tapped reggae dancehall singer Shenseea as her newest Savage X Fenty brand ambassador.

Shenseea is the latest celebrity to be named as brand ambassador for Rihanna's lingerie line. She joins the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Tinashe, JoJo, Normani, and more to promote the brand

Shenseea uploaded a photo to Instagram.com, which she captioned:

"Tun yuh on cause me body hot like drought #ShenYeng is now an ambassador for @savagexfenty #SavageXAmbassador."
 

In July, Shenseea, a 23-year-old Libra, was named the newest ambassador for British clothing brand PrettyLittleThing.

Shenseea has scored numerous dancehall hits and, although she hasn't gone mainstream in the USA, her latest hit, "Lighter" with reggae star Tarrus Riley, has garnered nearly 9 million views on YouTube.
 

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Rihanna's Savage X Fenty lingerie company has been accused of "deceptive marketing". Customers accuse the company of signing customers up to a monthly subscription service "without clearly" disclosing all the terms and conditions.

A complaint has been filed with the Federal Trade Commission and the California District Attorney's office for Santa Cruz County by non-profit watchdog group Truth in Advertising (TINA), WENN.com reports.

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The group alleged Savage X Fenty has been trying to dupe customers by promoting discounts that can only be used once they sign up for the $49.95-a-month VIP subscription.

"It deceptively promotes discounts and product prices that are only available to consumers who are bound to the company's membership program without clearly and conspicuously disclosing this fact in its marketing materials," TINA stated in its complaint.

The watchdog group discovered that when customers use the Savage x Fenty online shop, the VIP membership is automatically added when a customer adds something to the shopping basket.

However, the monthly recurring fee isn't included in the total amount. Shoppers are only made aware of the fee in the site's small print during the checkout process.

Customers have to know to remove the monthly membership from their carts so they can see the normal price of items.

"By default, the company enrolls consumers into a negative option offer known as the Xtra VIP Membership without clearly and conspicuously disclosing all the material terms and conditions, such as needing to take affirmative action every month to avoid recurring monthly charges," the complaint continued.

Emma Tully, a spokesperson for Savage x Fenty, responded via email to CNN business:

"These accusations are false and based on misconceptions of our business. We are proud of our flexible membership program because it allows us to offer unparalleled quality and value to our customers.

"We believe strongly in transparency, which is why we provide multiple disclosures of membership terms throughout the shopping experience, within advertisements, and through our ambassador engagement policies."