Rita Ora will shut anyone down who asks her about the alleged affair with Jay Z.
Rumors about their sexual encounters started making the rounds a few years ago. However, very few people seemed to take those tabloid stories very seriously. However, this didn’t stop The Breakfast Club co-host DJ Charlamagne Tha God from inquiring about Rita’s alleged affair with the rap legend.
According to the Daily Mail, Ora didn’t waste a single second shutting down questions about her relationship with Jay Z. The Fifty Shades of Grey actress also warned Charlamagne that he shouldn’t say anything remotely negative about Beyoncé in her presence.
“Don’t you dare disrespect Beyoncé like that ever again in your entire life… You should know better than that. That’s just straight up disrespect, you can’t even go there. That’s not even a question,” Rita Ora said in response to the inquiry.
Although Ora wasn’t willing to dignify the questions about her alleged affair with Jay Z, she did take a moment to address rumors that she’s feuding with fellow RocNation singer Rihanna. In short: Rita doesn’t have a problem with the songstress.
“I think she is dope. And all these kind of comparisons, it’s kind of pretty flattering. But I know it’s not that. Being from London, there is only so much that you can learn about this [person] from this side of the pond. But it’s better to be compared to [Rihanna] than being compared to Shrek or somebody. It’s rumors. It’s all rumors. Good thing is though, I’m own my own thing, she’s doing her own thing. We don’t need to watch what each other is doing. We just do our own thing.”
Since the Breakfast Club hosts seemed more interested in delving deep into her personal life than discussing her new single “I Will Never Let You Down,” the DJs decided to ask Rita Ora about the breakup with Rob Kardashian. When they suggested the singer may have played a hand in the guy’s recent personal troubles, she quickly decided to change the subject.
“Why is everyone blaming that [on me]? Look, I don’t want to talk about this too much because people move onward and upward. But you know, it was a phase. It was a moment in my life. And you know, now it’s onward and upward,” she explained.
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