The internet seems to think Rihanna is pregnant – here's why

Rihanna. (Photo: Getty/Gallo images)
Rihanna. (Photo: Getty/Gallo images)

Cape Town - Is that a baby bump we see?

The Wild Thoughts singer recently stepped out at her 5th annual Diamond Ball, donning a beautiful black Givenchy Haute Couture mermaid gown and red lipstick, Daily Mail reports.

Hollywood A-listers Pharrell Williams and DJ Khalid performed at the ball, but fans were rather focused on Riri’s little bump.

"Rihanna is pregnant," said one fan after spotting her baby bump during her performance.

"So Rihanna is looking pregnant?" said another.

"Rihanna sweety, is that a baby bump?" another follower asked.

See the tweets here: 

During her red-carpet interview, the 31-year-old said she’s in a good place.

"I mean I’m really happy right now," Rihanna told PEOPLE. "The thing that’s making me the happiest tonight is seeing the amount of support, the magnitude of support is really special."

"I mean I could be out here and throw a ball by myself and I’d feel good, but the thing that’s making me feel this high on cloud nine is seeing people who believe in my cause and think it’s something worth donating to, something worth investing in."

Rihanna and her rumoured boyfriend Hassan Jameel reportedly started dating in early in 2017.

A source close to the couple revealed that the pair are very much in love, Hollywood Life reports.

"Rihanna’s very much in love with Hassan; she’s found her Prince Charming," the source revealed.

"They’ve been seeing each other for more than two years now, and she seems very happy.

"If he were to pop the question tomorrow, she’d say yes. She’s crazy for him. They spend a lot more time together than people realise.

"He’s just very discreet. He avoids attention like the plague, and that’s one of the things that really sealed the deal for Rihanna."

(Sources: Daily Mail, People, Hollywood Life)

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