Rihanna's Asking World Leaders To Join Her And #FundEducation

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 22:  Honoree Rihanna attends the 69th Annual Parsons Benefit at Pier 60 on May 22, 2017 in New York City.  (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for The New School)

Rihanna's Asking World Leaders To Join Her And #FundEducation

She's the ambassador to the Global Partnership for Education.

Published June 25, 2017

Rihanna is perfect in so many ways, and usually we look to her musical prowess in giving her praise.

Don’t sleep on her when it comes to philanthropy, though. The mega-star used her time and Twitter following recently to put pressure on world leaders in bringing awareness to her #FundEducation cause.

Rihanna is the ambassador to the Global Partnership for Education and asked leaders from Argentina, France, Germany and Canada to join in.

“Hey there @mauriciomacri,” she tweeted, for example, to President Mauricio Macri of Argentina. “What's your plan for Argentina to commit to #FundEducation?”

This isn’t the first time RiRi’s gotten involved in educational endeavors for the needy. Earlier this year, she released a short film following her trip to Malawi where she pushed for better access to education.

See Rihanna’s tweets on the matter below.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for The New School)

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