Rihanna Calls Out Indiana's "Religious Freedom" Law in Her Usual Badass Manner

The popstar sounds off on Indiana's controversial new law.

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Rihanna performed at the March Madness Music Fest in Indianapolis Saturday night—and in addition to debuting a brand new song, "American Oxygen," she made a major statement against Indiana's controversial new "Religious Freedom" law.

Passed in March by Governor Mike Pence, the law allows Christian business owners to refuse the right to serve LGBTQ customers on the grounds of it being against their religion. In 2015. And Ri-Ri's not having it.

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"Who's feeling these new bullshit laws that they're trying to pass over here?" Rihanna asked the crowd, passionately, before launching into T.I.'s "Live Your Life." "I say fuck that shit! 'Cause we're just living our motherfucking lives!"

According to the Indianapolis Star (via Rolling Stone), Bleachers frontman (and Lena Dunham's BF) Jack Antonoff also expressed his upset over the law, albeit in a much more reserved way: He reportedly performed wearing a tee that read "Protect LGBTQ Hoosiers," and encouraged concert-goers to donate to a charity called Freedom Indiana.

Watch Rihanna's battle cry—as well as her performance of "American Oxygen—below.

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