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Rihanna tells fans that begging for a new album is "sooo 2019" when she shares sexy NYE's selfie


Rihanna looks amazing as she shows off her toned curves in a racy metallic ensemble for New Year's Eve while fans beg for a new album

Rihanna fans have been asking for a new album since Anti was released in 2016.

But the Barbados-born pop star / entrepreneur had no patience with nagging questions when she shared a sultry selfie on Instagram on Jan. 1 telling people to grow up whining.

The 32-year-old cosmetics mogul posed in a shiny bikini and glittery skirt when she was standing by the pool in a photo explaining that her New Year's resolution was to "put pressure on."

But after fans put pressure on her to post new music in the comments, she snapped back and said, "This comment is sooo 2019. Grow up."

Sassy: Rihanna clapped back to fans after using her sexy New Years Eve photo to pester her about a new album

Rihanna – real name Robyn Fenty – caught attention when she slipped into a flowing island ensemble that featured a hint of her iconic tattoo under her chest.

The multi-platinum artist emphasized the already long-legged look and put on creeping gladiator sandals that slid to the middle of the thigh.

The Love On The Brain singer continued to exude opulence as she piled up chunky gold earrings and a series of necklaces.

When she looked down to point a highlighter on her cheekbones as it protruded from her hip, RiRi also revealed her new fashionable color.

Under pressure: The 32-year-old cosmetics mogul posed in a shiny bikini and a glittering skirt. And although she stated that her New Years resolution was to "put pressure on," the fans were the ones who got irritated in the comments, which led them to tell families, "This comment is sooo 2019. Growing up".

Under pressure: The 32-year-old cosmetics mogul posed in a shiny bikini and a glittering skirt. And although she stated that her New Years resolution was to "put pressure on," the fans were the ones who got irritated in the comments, which led them to tell families, "This comment is sooo 2019. Growing up".

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