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Rihanna Tells A Fan Why She Didn't Use Any Transgender Models For Her Fenty Beauty Campaign

"I don't think it's fair that a trans woman, or man, be used as a convenient marketing tool!"

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As you know, Rihanna's new cosmetics brand Fenty Beauty is all makeup lovers can talk about these days.

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Not only are people raving about the quality of the products, but they're also thrilled about Rihanna's brand being inclusive.

fenty beauty ad w a lot of poc. Amazing representation and not to mention an ea with monolids.... TAKE ALL MY MONEY

Twitter: @asiandevine

Her ad campaign alone looked like something from the United Nations, featuring women of various cultural backgrounds and skin tones.

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On Wednesday, a fan suggested Rihanna use trans women in her next Fenty Beauty campaign, because of their lack of representation in the makeup industry.

And here's how the 29-year-old Bajan bombshell responded:

The Twitter user was grateful for her response and immediately wanted to share her message with World Wide Web.

Twitter: @lbertootero

And this isn't the first time Rihanna's spoke out about the importance of celebrating our differences. Here's what the "Lemon" singer had to say about diversity in the cosmetic industry:

Everyone needs to hear @rihanna talk about why creating inclusive makeup shades is so important. @fentybeauty 👏👏👏

Twitter: @catquinn

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