Rihanna, Justin Timberlake to Sing Anti-Terrorism Anthems


Rihanna and Justin Timberlake will work with Bollywood composer Aadesh Shrivastava for an anti-terrorism album.

Ace Showbiz | Feb 28, 2009

Rihanna and Justin Timberlake have been signed up by Bollywood composer Aadesh Shrivastava to contribute in an anti-terrorism album following Mumbai attack in November 2008. Beside the two R&B singers, Indian violinist Kala Ramanathan has also been recruited by the composer.


Tees with an anti-terror twist

“I’ve already invited these singers and they will participate,” Aadesh said. “I’ve recorded with that extraordinarily-talented violinist Kala Ramanathan and with Ustad Rashid Khan. Justin and Rihanna have also given their nod.”

“Mumbai has witnessed the worst ever massacre and I’m not interested in token gestures,” Aadesh revealed further. “That’s why I didn’t attend the peace rally at the Gateway Of India. All those thousands hopeful Mumbaikars who attended were in danger. Hardly any security was provided to them. What if there was an attack at the rally?”

6 responses to “Rihanna, Justin Timberlake to Sing Anti-Terrorism Anthems

  1. Joy.

    Now I can leave my front door unlocked.

  2. This is just plain sick, now they are the disney lap dogs. very funny.

  3. Yeah there needs to be more research on this Disney Illuminati connection, but there are a few interesting things on it:

    Anna Nicole, Britney, and Mind Control

    Disney Illuminati

  4. Well speaking of Disney–when my channel surfing grazes them between sci fi channel and cartoon network–their (Disney’s) abysmal programming just celebrates the most trivial, childish, materialistic and shallow behavior. Great role models! And easier to manage in the future utopia. Cough.

  5. Yup, easier to manage people who are dumbed down and addicted to predictive programming and occult “subliminables”….

  6. Pingback: Tiffany Evans: ‘Rihanna & Others In Music Industry Are Satanists’ « Aftermath News

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