Rihanna throws shade at Steph Curry, gives love to LeBron after Cavs' Game 7 win

Rihanna has never been apologetic about, well, anything. The songstress is notorious for doing and saying exactly what she pleases.

So when the Cleveland Cavaliers overcame a 3-1 deficit to capture their first NBA championship (LeBron James' third because of that little detour to Miami), the diehard King James fan decided to let the social media world know her feelings on the matter.

That included showing some serious love to LeBron -- the first player in NBA history to lead all players in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocks for an entire playoff series -- oh, and some trolling of Steph Curry.

But let's start from the top. It all began when the Cavs forced a Game 7. Rihanna's account, "badgalriri," posted a screen grab of 'Bron staring down Chef Curry after delivering a monster block, like so:

Game 7 as phuck!!!

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"Oh na na, what's my name?" --Rihanna (and LeBron, probably)

Cue Game 7. Rihanna once again turned to Instagram, this time to make sure all the people who forgot to respect LeBron's greatness recognized the error of their ways:

"Ballin bigger than Lebron" they said

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If you are part of the collective "they," consider yourself put on notice.

But just in case those posts weren't enough to let you know where Ri Ri stands on the rivalry, she proceeded to spell it out:

#StuntBackSundays #StillMood

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No. 23? I think we know him.

Then came the picture of a victorious King James and his trophies:

"Who y'all think y'all frontin' on?" Yeah, when you're Rihanna, you can use your own lyrics in your social media captions like that.

And then there was the quintessential "pose in front of the television with your wine glass while smiling at bae" picture. What, that's not a thing?

Bae! Lol 🤗😢👑🏆💍

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She closed out the night with a GIF of herself eating popcorn courtside -- because, why not?

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So now there really is only one thing to do: Sit and wait for Ayesha Curry to clap back.

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