Rihanna Drops Lawsuit Against Her Father Ronald Fenty

Written by: Nekisha Neicy Cyrus

It seems like our Bajan Billionaire Rihanna has dropped her lawsuit against her father Ronald Fenty. According to court documents, the initial lawsuit had previously alleged claims that her father and his business partner, Moses Joktan Perkins, had been misusing the multi-hyphenate’s name for their own benefit.

Rihanna also accused her father of pretending to be her manager and booking unauthorized concerts for millions of dollars. Claims were also made that Ronald had tried trademarking the name ‘Fenty’ as part of his plan to open a chain of hotels under the name.

Rihanna & her father Ronald Fenty

Ronald Fenty and daughter Rihanna at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards 2012

Fast forward to the present, according to recent court documents, Rihanna alongside her company Roraj Trade LLC and Combermere Entertainment Properties filed a stipulation of dismissal of the entire lawsuit on September 7th 2021, having reached a settlement behind closed doors allegedly. The suit had named Fenty Entertainment LLC, a California-based company, as well as Ronald Fenty and Moses Joktan Perkins. This decision was made just two weeks before both parties were due to appear in court on September 22nd, 2021.

In some other RiRi news, the countdown to the upcoming Savage X Fenty Show Vol. 3 special is officially on. The unveiling of the new collection on Amazon Prime kicks off on September 24th, 2021. With fans having the chance to shop the collection via the Amazon Fashion Store and the Savage X Fenty site.

Sources include: https://www.nydailynews.com, https://www.thestar.com.my, https://www.thestar.com.my

Hashtags: #Rihanna #RonaldFenty #Fenty #FentyLawsuit #Lawsuit #Barbados #BarbadosEntertainmentNews

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