Rihanna's New Role Means She May Have Diplomatic Immunity Now

And no, we're not talking about the Drake track.

Rihanna is adding another title to her already hefty CV, alongside recording artist, actress, designer, philanthropist and cosmetics queen, the 30-year-old is also an ambassador.

Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley has now bestowed the title of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Riri, where she'll promote "education, tourism and investment for the island".

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"Rihanna has a deep love for this country, and this is reflected in her philanthropy, especially in the areas of health and education," Mottley said in a statement adding, "She also shows her patriotism in the way she gives back to this country and continues to treasure the island as her home."

"She has also demonstrated, beyond her success as a pop icon, significant creative acumen and shrewdness in business. It is therefore fitting that we engage and empower her to play a more definitive role as we work to transform Barbados."

In a statement of her own, Ambassador Rihanna said she "couldn't be more proud to take on such a prestigious title" adding that she was excited to take on the responsibility and working alongside Mottley's team.

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In 2008 Rihanna was designated as a Youth and Cultural Ambassador by the then-Prime Minister David Thompson when she was just 20-years-old. Her newly expanded role could potentially see Rihanna bestowed with the highest powers of ambassadorship, mainly diplomatic immunity which could mean no wine glass is safe.

See the video above for Riri's history of "accidentally" leaving venues with a drink... and glassware in hand.

Last week Rihanna wrote an op-ed for The Guardian where she championed the need for education reform, as well as continuing the work she has done with her Clara Lionel Foundation.

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