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Actor Johnny Depp will reportedly make a guest appearance at Rihanna’s upcoming Savage X Fenty fashion show, and the singer’s fans are sounding off.
“Rihanna inviting Johnny Depp to her show is so, so f–king weird. Not a single billionaire on this planet with decency and she’s keeping up the trend sadly,” another disappointed Twitter user complained.
Depp, 59, was recently in the spotlight over his defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard; a Virginia jury awarded the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor with more than $10 million, finding that Heard harmed his reputation and career with claims of domestic abuse.
Still, many Rihanna fans expressed displeasure over the decision to include Depp in her show. The singer, 34, survived a widely publicized partner abuse incident.Depp, 59, was recently in the spotlight over his defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard.Courtesy of Savage X Fenty
“Hope Rihanna knows the same people supporting Johnny Depp also support Chris Brown and his lies of her hitting him first OR they weaponize her abuse photo to discredit Amber. Can’t believe she’s this much of a bird,” one fan wrote.
For some fans, their outrage is less about the allegations against Depp, and more about his raffish appearance in recent months.
However, according to Page Six, Depp won’t be strolling the runway in lingerie, but instead will make a cameo in one of the show’s “star” moments; past appearances have included Cindy Crawford and Erykah Badu.
Other celebs featured in the show this year include models Cara Delevingne and Irina Shayk, and actors Winston Duke, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Marsai Martin and Taraji P. Henson.This year’s Savage X Fenty show will debut on Amazon Prime Video Nov. 9.
After a relatively quiet period, Rihanna has been making headlines again, releasing her first new song in six years as part of the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” soundtrack, and booking the halftime show at the upcoming Super Bowl in Phoenix.
This year’s Savage X Fenty fashion show will premiere Nov. 9 on Amazon Prime Video.