Rihanna and Jay-Z they sent flowers to the ladies of an assisted living center in Kentucky, USA, who recreated the singer’s recent live halftime performance Super Bowl and posted the video on TikTok.

The ladies who live at Arcadia Senior Living Bowling Green shared the video on TikTok last month, in which they are seen dancing to Rihanna’s “Rude Boy.” The video has garnered over 30 million views and is now viral.

Last week, the center’s Facebook profile posted photos of red roses sent by rapper-entrepreneur Jay-Z.

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“We love TikTok video here at Roc Nation!” mentions Jay-Z’s note along with the bouquet of 100 red roses. The rapper, record label founder of Roc Nation entertainment company, husband of singer Beyonce, has collaborated with Rihanna in the past.

Rihannaalso sent flowers to the participants in the video and a message, in which he describes their dancing as “wonderful”.

“We were blown away,” Paige Oakes, the center’s director of communications, told Buzzfeed.

“All this time, we’ve just been waiting for a response from Rihanna – not thinking it would ever happen because we know she’s busy and we didn’t really know if she saw it or not,” he added.

“It made our day when we found out she watched and enjoyed our housemates dancing to her music and having fun,” she said.