Rihanna recently broke the Internet with her fashion show. She managed to impress her fans once again with a Savage X Fenty runway show that blew everyone’s minds.

The Shade Room notes that ‘As expected, Ri Ri delivered nothing but the best and put together a show that celebrated women, diversity, sexiness and loving the skin you’re in.’

Capital Xtra revealed that ‘As Ru Paul’s Drag Race stars Shea Coulée and Gigi Goode strutted down the catwalk, a track called ‘Doom’ by London-based producer Coucou Chloe played, which contains an Islamic hadith.’

According to the same online publication, in Islam, the Hadith is a collection of traditions of the Prophet Muhammad, based on his sayings and actions.

It’s been revealed that the hadith used in the song is of Prophet Muhammed explaining signs of the day of judgment and the end of times.

It has been reported that ‘Muslims have expressed their discomfort and the disrespect of using the hadith on the track across social media, but as of now no action has been made.⁣⁣ The song was used in the fashion show and is part of playlists for the tracklist of the show.⁣⁣’

More fans were disappointed and expressed their sadness via social media.

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