Rihanna’s Fenty Skin Is Reselling for Over $500

FENTY Skin, Rihanna’s highly anticipated takeover of the skincare world, officially launches on July 31, but the three initial products from her line are being listed on sites like eBay already — at ungodly prices.

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Resellers have listed three START’R products online, including cleanser, toner/ serum hybrid and SPF moisturizer. As seen on High Snobiety, screenshots show that the sets are selling for as much as $550, which is unfounded considering the products’ original prices are in the $30 range. Not to mention that when shopping resale beauty, there’s always a chance the product won’t be legit.

I guess it should come as no surprise that people are taking this to such an extreme, considering Rih’s immediate Fenty Beauty success and the line’s endorsements from artists like Lil Nas X and A$AP Rocky, calling it a “new culture of skincare.”

Still, FENTY Skin, created with a similar ethos to FENTY Beauty, is centered on inclusivity and the real Navy should know better than to market the products at exclusionary pricing. If you can hold off a couple more days, FENTY Skin will officially launch July 31 with tags as low as $25-$35.

To pass the time, look at these hilarious reactions from FENTY fans spiraling from the pre-order and resale prices.

Y’all are not seeing heaven OMG #FentySkin pic.twitter.com/9Irv7Sr3j9

— HOT-GRL (@mishelmuse) July 29, 2020

Fenty Skin keeps crashing and my order is already in the cart just waiting man LMAO. #FentySkin pic.twitter.com/tvAg4DvYLY

— Jas (@JasTayler) July 29, 2020

If I do all this waiting in the waiting line and find out everything is sold out by the time in, we’re going to TALK Mrs Fenty. #FentySkin pic.twitter.com/MpVvJEX1fd

— kanye’s macbook pro (@balencianime) July 29, 2020

Me waiting for my Fenty Skin to arrive even though I just placed my order #FentySkin @fentyskin @sgarretteskin pic.twitter.com/IGezv6CfnZ

— lo (@losquiat) July 29, 2020

Photo via Getty/ Samir Hussein/ WireImage

Sybyr – Piss On The Kitchen Floor Lyrics

[Intro: Onyx]
Take ’em up, take ’em out, bring ’em out dead

[Verse 1: Evil Nigga & Onyx]
I gots one question, where did you get lessons?
I’m just so stressed and I want your blessings (Bring ’em out dead)
Don’t get me wrong, I was fibbing, ha, you just a toilet I piss in, ha
LMAO, LOL, sheesh, bitch I’m just f**king around (Bring ’em out dead)
Piss, piss, piss on the kitchen floor
Blood on my dick and my head feeling broke
This isn’t what you deserve but all I wanna do is handle my urges (Bring ’em out dead)
Evil Nigga gotta bottle the rest
f**k what you thought about passing a test
Drowning every single soul I don’t like under heavy pressure water, without a fight (Bring ’em out dead)

[Verse 2: Sybyr & Onyx]
Sheesh, sheesh, yuh
Yuh, yuh, ayy
I be surely rolling when they talking ’bout they focused (Dead)
Well, don’t bring my shit from two years old and try to say you over me (Bring ’em out dead)
Rational, super-rational, international, you a handful of jokes
Watching me, keep on tailing me, be prepared to meet my true entity (Bring ’em out―)
Nigga child, you do not know me
I don’t think you wanna be skinned meat
I’ma piss on your f**king beanie
Everybody and their f**kin’ mini-mes (Bring ’em out dead)
Time is over, not on my radar
Era been over, getting the paper
CLVN shit, bitch, world empire
No, we are not f**king open for hire

Zara’s ‘Invisible Man’ Jeans Have Become a Meme

A photo set of what appears to be a listing on Zara‘s website for jeans is currently going viral. Why? Well, in between the posed stance and lack of a model, the internet thinks that they’re being modeled by “ghosts.”

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As first noticed by The Daily Mail, the “invisible man” jeans started going viral after Twitter user @GrrlGhost tweeted out the pictures, alongside the caption, “LMAO, why have Zara decided to model jeans like this?”

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Lmao why have Zara decided to model jeans like this pic.twitter.com/xWhOxmMvB4

— sneaky dogfriend (@GrrlGhost) January 19, 2020 None

And while the jeans are currently modeled by actual people on the retailer’s website, that hasn’t stopped the internet from making endless jokes and comparisons to various trousers that have appeared in everything from Jimmy Neutron to Dr. Seuss’s The Pale Green Pants.

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— jessica, only child (@leachlyfe) January 19, 2020 None

I’ve seen this episode of jimmy neutron pic.twitter.com/5GzeltPuwm

— Gut’s Right Eye (@skates_tbh) January 20, 2020 None

“Times are so hard at Zara they’ve had to employ Charlie Chaplin’s ghost to model for them,” as one person responded, while another referenced John Cena‘s stance by writing, “Say word John Cena is modelling for Zara.”

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Times are so hard at Zara they’ve had to employ Charlie Chaplin’s ghost to model for them.

— Daryl MacDonald (@MrDarylMac) January 19, 2020 None

Say word John Cena is modelling for Zara https://t.co/2NMgGFCY73

— Ali (@theboymetro) January 20, 2020 None

Mostly though, people just seemed confused.

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Zara actually got good items but their website is so shit imo and Wtf is this 🤣 https://t.co/vPs2DNEIvL

— H (@14_HK_) January 20, 2020 None

That said, Zara has yet to comment on the meme. In the meantime though, check out what others are saying about the pants, below.

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My man over there thinks you’re cute.

My man: pic.twitter.com/C5RPc7tNww

— craig gibbs (@cgibbsofficial) January 20, 2020 None

Zara jeans modeled by the invisible man https://t.co/GcyHH7HPy8

— Gin ‘n’ Jools (@JulianChanco) January 20, 2020 None

Good to see my dad landed a modelling contract

— ΜC (@MattChReport) January 20, 2020 None

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— ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (@neka) January 19, 2020 None

Photo via Zara