Rasha Ali, USA TODAY Published 2:23 p.m. ET April 11, 2020 CLOSE Elton John-led concert raises $8M; Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation donating $1 million in grants toward COVID-19 response; Songwriters Hall of Fame gala postponed to June 2021. (April 1) AP DomesticDon’t ask Rihanna about when her album is coming out — she’s too busy saving the world.Many stars have started using Instagram Live to keep themselves and their fans entertained during quarantine, and on Friday Rihanna followed suit.The 32-year-old was dancing and having a good time with friends on Instagram Live when some unfortunate soul asked about her upcoming album.”If one of y’all (expletives) ask me about the album one more time when I’m trying to save the world unlike y’all president,” Rihanna said.The singer-turned-beauty mogul, fashion designer and philanthropist released her last album, “Anti,” in 2016 and has continuously teased fans about her upcoming “R9” project, which she had initially said would be out by 2019.Rihanna turns 32:  Celebrate everything she’s done besides not giving us a new albumThe anticipation surrounding the upcoming album has turned into a running joke between her and her fans.In December, the Barbadian singer shared a video to Instagram of a dog sitting in a box excitedly bobbing


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