Barbados is undoubtedly proud of their cultural ambassador, Rihanna and even gifted her a street in her name’s honor, the songstress recently returned to her homeland for her grandfather’s 90th birthday, with more than one reason to celebrate.

A video of the night’s activities shows Lionel ‘Bravo’ Braithwaite dancing away with his granddaughter and family at The Cliff restaurant in Durants and for a 90 year-old, Bravo clearly doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. Ri’s other recent Barbados trips were surrounded by her best friend’s wedding and Crop over. Fans of Riri are eagerly waiting for her to release some new music since she’s been dormant in the music arena for quite some time now, but with her make up brand and lingerie brand taking off, Ri seemingly just doesn’t have the time on her plate right now.

Along with everything mentioned above, Rihana now has to deal with a legal battle concerning her songs being played at Trump’s rallies. Rihanna vowed on Sunday night that she won’t allow her songs to be played at another one of President Trump’s “tragic rallies.” The pop star responded to a tweet from Washington Post correspondent Philip Rucker at a Trump rally in Tallahassee. He said Rihanna’s song “Please Don’t Stop the Music” was “blaring” in the stadium and that Trump aides were tossing free T-shirts into the crowd like at a baseball game. “Not for much longer,” Rihanna responded on Twitter. “Me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies, so thanks for the heads up Philip!”