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2016 Budweiser Made in America Festival - Day 1

The annual Made in America Festival was the place to be this weekend. From Rihanna‘s electric performance to Chance The Rapper singing happy birthday to Beyoncé, here are all the moments in Philly you might have missed.

Rihanna Shut Down A Male Fan And It Was So Good 

The “Desperado” songstress hit the stage on day one of the music festival and performed a medley of her hit songs. She was in full RiRi mode, mid “Rude Boy,” when she smashed a male fan’s ego. “You ain’t big enough,” she joked referencing the line in her song. The crowd ate it up and it landed on TheShadeRoom, naturally. Good thing the cameraman didn’t pan to the poor guy’s face or he’d be on Tinder for the rest of his life.

Beyoncé Had A Damn Good Time

Beyoncé, who performed at MIA last year, celebrated her 35th birthday rocking out in the audience. Yes, the Lemonade singer was literally chilling (and showing major PDA with hubby Jay Z) in the pit with friends La La and Carmelo Anthony.

Sasha Obama Was There

Like her big sister Malia, who we watched do something twerk-adjacent at Lollapalooza, Sasha Obama, 15, enjoys a good concert herself. The First Daughter was spotted dancing and having a fun time with her girlfriends.

Chance The Rapper Is One Of The Biggest Beyhive Members

We fell in love with Chance The Rapper when he reacted with #BlackBoyJoy to meeting Beyoncé for the first time at the VMAs and again when he serenaded her last night.

Bill Clinton Was Out Here Taking Selfies

And chilling with Beyoncé.

PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram

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