Rumor has it, the two are filming for an upcoming Hiro Murai-directed movie which working title is ‘Guava Island’.
Rihanna and Donald Glover were recently spotted together in Cuba, driving fans of the both stars wild. The “We Found Love” songstress and the 34-year-old actor/singer were featured in a photo that surfaced online on Wednesday, August 15.
The photo saw Riri in a multi-colored striped dress while her hair was styled in braids. Meanwhile, the “Atlanta” star and creator wore nothing but red pants. He hold a guitar on his hand.
Since both stars stay mum on their respective social media accounts, it’s currently unknown what brought them together in the country. Rumor had it, the two were filming for an upcoming Hiro Murai-directed movie which working title was “Guava Island”. They were reportedly filming some scenes in several locations in Havana, including a textile factory located in the Alamar municipality.
Rihanna was said to be playing a seamstress. A source also claimed that the said movie might be musical movie that would also feature Letitia Wright and Nonso Anosie.
Fans were excited seeing Rihanna and Donald a.k.a. Childish Gambino working together. “Whatever you guys are making, I’m here for it,” said a supportive fan. “Something new is coming,” another fan tweeted, adding a heart and a fire emoji.
As none is confirmed as of now, fans are making another theory regarding what Rihanna and Donald’s project could be. While some fans assumed that it’s a musical movie, some others suggested that it might be a music video since Donald had been announced to be performing at the Barbadian beauty’s Diamond Ball.
“Theory: so we all know @donaldglover is performing at the diamond ball. What if Rihanna debuts her lead single at the DB and it’s featuring childish gambino. This would mean that this is the set for the music video,” said a fan. Another fan echoed the theory, tweeting, “Definitely a music video. She’s gonna release the lead single before the diamond ball and they’re gonna perform it at the ball.”
Seems like fans get to wait a little bit longer to learn what the project is.
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