Chris Brown, Amanda Bynes and questionable Instagrams aside, Rihanna continues to rule the music world.
The Barbadian beauty's latest album, Unapologetic, has gone platinum—her sixth album to do so—after hitting the 1 million mark in sales last week.
Her only album to not reach platinum status is her 2005 debut, Music of the Sun, which has sold 607,000 copies to date.
According to published reports, Unapologetic sold another 9,000 copies in the week ending May 26—the album's 27th week on the charts—bringing the sales-to-date total to slightly more than 1 million.
Despite RiRi's seventh studio album's widespread success, the record still falls behind the pop star's 2007 set Good Girl Gone Bad, which sold 2.8 million copies.
Unapologetic has also produced for hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100 thus far: "Diamonds" ( No. 1), "Stay" (No. 3), "Pour It Up" (No. 19) and "Loveeeeeee Song" (No. 55). The record is also Rihanna's first No. 1 album.
The "Right Now" singer has yet to take to Twitter to thank her loyal fans, although she did post an Instagram shot from her latest show, captioning the pic, "Told you I'll be here forever!!! #NavyLifeDoe."
We don't doubt it. Congrats, girl!