Rihanna: 'You have 1 job today and that is to properly register to vote'

Rihanna is urging her fans to register to vote, saying there’s “no greater responsibility” Americans have than showing up at the ballot box.
“Who is awake this morning? And who’s woke?” the “Love on the Brain” singer wrote in a Tuesday Instagram post to her more than 65 million followers.
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GOOD MORNING AMERICA ☀️ Who is awake this morning? And who’s woke? Cause today is an extremely crucial day to the future of America!!! Today is the last day in 14 states to REGISTER TO VOTE... I’m talking to you ARIZONA, ARKANSAS, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, INDIANA, KENTUCKY, LOUISIANA, MICHIGAN, MISSISSIPPI, NEW MEXICO, OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, TENNESSEE, TEXAS. You have 1 job today and that is to properly register to vote. I don’t care what responsibilities you have today, there’s no greater responsibility than being in control of your future and the future starts NOW!! We don’t have time, no procrastinating, don’t let the discouragement take you off coarse, that’s not how my people or my generation will go down...this is the loudest way to make your voice heard! REGISTER TODAY! Let’s go!!! Go to Vote.org to register and to double and triple check that you are properly registered!
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Calling Tuesday a “crucial day,” Rihanna, who was born Robyn Fenty, wrote, “Today is the last day in 14 states to REGISTER TO VOTE.”
“You have 1 job today and that is to properly register to vote,” Rihanna, 30, wrote, including a list of states with Oct. 9 voter registration deadlines.
“I don’t care what responsibilities you have today, there’s no greater responsibility than being in control of your future and the future starts NOW!!” added Rihanna, who last month was appointed an "Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary" by her home nation of Barbados.
Rihanna visited the White House in 2014 during President Obama’s presidency, telling a TMZ photographer at the time that the best thing about her visit to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. was “my president being black.”
Last year, the Grammy Award winner blasted President Trump, calling him an “immoral pig” following his executive order that barred citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.