Rihanna sends her love to Native Americans “mourning” during the Thanksgiving holiday

While Americans celebrated their beloved Thanksgiving holiday, Rihanna sent a message of sympathy to Native Americans.

The 32-year-old beautiful Barbados took to her Instagram story Thursday afternoon with an honest message.

While the Thanksgiving holiday is loved and revered by Americans, it often serves as a brutal reminder to Native Americans about the deaths of their ancestors, which Rihanna has admitted.

Sympathy: While Americans celebrated their beloved Thanksgiving holiday, Rihanna sends a message of sympathy to Native Americans

“Some celebrate today … and a lot of them are in mourning! I sent love to all my Native American brothers and sisters,” Rihanna wrote in her Instagram story.

The singer and owner of Fenty Beauty wasn’t the only one aware of the controversial nature of the beloved holiday.

Demi Lovato took to her Instagram on Thursday as well, sharing a number of helpful pictures about “Thanksgiving Decolonization.”

Send love:

Sending Love: “Some are celebrating today… many in mourning! I sent love to all my Native American brothers and sisters,” Rihanna wrote in her Instagram story

This is my thank you post. And while I am very grateful to all of you, this is also very important.

The actress and singer added that the photos are reposted from showingupforracialjustice.

The photos debunk many myths about Thanksgiving, such as the first Thanksgiving in 1621, when in reality no one really knows when the first feast happened.

The First Thanksgiving Day: The photos debunk many myths about Thanksgiving, such as the first Thanksgiving in 1621, when in reality nobody really knows when the first feast happened.

The First Thanksgiving Day: The photos debunk many myths about Thanksgiving, such as the first Thanksgiving in 1621, when in reality no one really knows when the first feast happened.

Another myth exposed is that the colonists invited the natives to the first Thanksgiving feast, although oral reports from the Wampanoag tribe reveal that an invitation was not extended to the natives.

The post also debunked the myth that natives and colonists became good friends, which was not the case.

It also included information on how to recognize and honor Native American culture as well.

Not friends: Another myth revealed that the colonists invited the natives to the first Thanksgiving feast, although oral reports from the Wampanoag tribe reveal that an invitation was not extended to the natives.

Not friends: Another myth exposed is that the colonialists invited the natives to the first Thanksgiving feast, although oral reports from the Wampanoag tribe reveal that an invitation was not extended to the natives.

Honor: Also includes information on how Native American culture is recognized and honored

Honor: Also includes information on how Native American culture is recognized and honored

Honor: Also includes information on how Native American culture is recognized and honored

Rihanna is one of the best-selling record artists of all time, having sold more than 250 million albums worldwide.

She hinted in December that her ninth studio album had been completed, though she would keep the release indefinitely.

The singer also appeared on the song PartyNextDoor Believe It, which was released in March.

Bestseller: Rihanna is one of the best-selling record artists of all time, having sold more than 250 million albums worldwide

Bestseller: Rihanna is one of the best-selling record artists of all time, having sold more than 250 million albums worldwide