It's been a busy day for Rihanna, as she's been messaging world leaders on Twitter hoping to help fund the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) conference in Senegal this week alongside the GPE' chair of the board, Julia Gillard.
However, the star's visit to Senegal doesn't seem to be going as smoothly as it could be, with a coalition of more than 30 religious groups saying they plan to "demonstrate the moment she leaves the plane".
The coalition called "No to Freemasonry and Homosexuality" told French magazine Jeune Afrique that Rihanna's visit is an attempt to spread Satanism and the "goals of the Illuminati".
A spokesperson for the coalition - Sheik Oumar Diagne - said, "Rihanna does not even hide it. She is part of the Illuminati, which is a branch of Freemasonry".
Despite the group's attempts to prevent Rihanna from entering the country, it shouldn't take away from the GPE's coal, which is to raise $2 billion by 2020 in order to support underprivileged children across 65 countries.
According to Newsweek, the Senegalese Interior Ministry didn't directly respond to the coalition's demands to refuse to let her into the country, but did say they planned to 'ensure the safety of all persons invited to the conference".
Unfortunately, the coalition neglected to provide information on how to sign up to the gay Illuminati, which is a shame because it sounds rad.