Sunday morning, Rihanna finished off her Fourth of July holiday with an all-American breakfast fit for ants, not humans.

Everything in moderation, right?


RiRi reacted as any typical American might to the baby bacon bits and dime-sized pancakes—she questioned the expertise of her personal chef and trainer, Debbie Solomon. #BitchBetterHaveMyPortions

Solomon’s reaction to @badgalriri’s complaints went a little something like this:

I aim to please! This masterpiece took me all morning! I literally slaved away making this!! #breakfastinbed #thisshit‘shardwork! @badgalriri #atleastyougottwopancakes! 😁”


Rihanna has proven time and time again that she is a lover of non-miniature foods and the Munchies Queen. While not everyone has the ability to twerk with their food like Rihanna, she has demonstrated to the world that eating like a celebrity doesn’t have to be all about portion control, green juice, and kale. Here are Rihanna’s best tips for getting the most out of your meal:


1. Cheetos, Pringles, and Apple Jacks are a must.

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There is no such thing as too many snacks, especially when you’re stoned, and Rihanna’s munchie runs are no exception. When this ‘Diamonds’ star is lit, she buys everything that sounds slightly appetizing and gets creative with her snacks. Spam ravioli, anyone?

Watch RiRi scour the aisles of Duane Reade for stoner snacks…


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2. Always know where your beef is.

How dare you @chefdebbiesolomon ???? #itsaKINGJamesDay #sentbackmycurry #WheresDaBeef

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Rihanna isn’t one to hide from any beef, whether it’s a problem with the press or an issue with her meal. Rihanna posted this photo of her personal chef’s chicken curry, requesting a meal more fit for a king on King James’ Day.


3. When you want something done right, do it yourself.

Just a dash…

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RiRi doesn’t sit back and wait for things to be handed to her. Rihanna isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty, offering to help out her chef with her meal prep and plating. What better way to learn the tricks of the trade than by learning from the master chef herself?