Rihanna and A$AP Rocky’s son’s name has been revealed. The almost one-year-old is named after a member of the Wu-Tang Clan.
RiRi and A$AP’s son’s name is RZA Athelston Mayers, according to the Daily Mail. The Daily Mail claim to have obtained the child’s birth certificate. The birth certificate also confirms that Rihanna and A$AP’s RZA were born on May 13, 2022, at 10:58 AM at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
A$AP has some musical ties to RZA’a bandmates. In 2015, the Harlem native collaborated with Wu-Tang’s Raekwon on “Fly International Luxurious Art.”
Rihanna is now pregnant with her and A$AP’s second child. RiRi made the announcement during her historic Super Bowl Halftime Show performance back in February. Just last week it was confirmed that Rihanna’s Super Bowl Halftime Show was the most-watched performance in history.
According to a recent Nielsen report, Rihanna’s halftime show — her first live performance in almost five years — garnered 121 million viewers on February 12. The Associated Press reports that Neilsen revised its original data, which upped the “Diamonds” singer’s viewers by 2 million “after a review that revealed encoding irregularities as well as issues with out-of-home measurement.” Rihanna’s total views went from 118.7 million to 121 million.
The Grammy-winning singer performed a medley of her biggest tracks. Her setlist was:
“Bitch Better Have My Money”
“Where Have You Been”
“We Found Love”
“Pour It Up”
“All Of The Lights”
“Run This Town”
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During the press conference prior to her performance, Rihanna described what it was like to get the call to do the Super Bowl.
“When I first got the call to do it again this year, I was like, [hisses] ‘You sure?’ I’m three months postpartum,” RiRi previously said per Billboard. “Should I be making major decisions like this right now? I might regret this. But when you become a mom, there’s something that just happens where you feel like you can take on the world. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world, so as scary as that was because I haven’t been on stage in seven years, there’s something exhilarating about the challenge of it all … It’s important for my son to see that.”