Rihanna has apologized for a song used during her Savage X Fenty: Volume 2 show which aired on Amazon Prime on Friday.  

London news outlet Middle East Eye reports Muslim fans on social media were quick to express their outrage at the use of a song called “Doom” by London-based producer Coucou Chloe, who also issued an apology. The song features a heavily distorted recitation of a hadith, or a sacred text, by Kuwaiti preacher Mishary bin Rashid Alafasy.

The Grammy-winning businesswoman sent a private message to a fan and released a longer public apology on her Instagram page, thanking the Muslim community for pointing out that it was disrespectful to use the song during a lingerie show. 

"Thank you for reaching out man! It's been brought to our attention and we're taking it out! I obviously had no clue! I just hope people don't think I did this on purpose or to be offensive or anything like that! Cause you. know I would NEVER!! So I'm editing it out, but of course you can't take it back ya know?!" she wrote to a fan in an Instagram message.

"I just feel bad that I hurt people, even though that was never my intention, the Muslim community is hurt by me right now, so that's the sad part," she added.