Kim Kardashian has always been staunchly supportive of her family, even including her brother Rob Kardashian, who has a reputation as a bit of a down-and-out.
TMZ reported earlier today that the 33-year-old star asked producers at the recent MTV Video Music Awards if she could not sit on the same table as Rita Ora, who was also attending the event as Kim still blames her for messing up Rob’s head when the couple broke up in 2012.
Sources told the publication that while Kim wasn’t a drama queen about the whole thing and just had a quiet word, she was clear about the fact that she was dissing Rita Ora and not speaking to her out of loyalty to her bro.
Fortunately for her, Kim Kardashian was promptly re-seated with her sisters Kendall and Kylie, and we’re certain she enjoyed the night a whole lot more as she was able to sit with her siblings instead of Ora, as reported by The Hollywood Gossip.
Back in 2012, the split between Rob Kardashian and Rita Ora was epic, and according to all accounts, was a pretty messy one. Some suggested that it affected Rob to the extent that he started drinking and taking drugs.
Back then, as you may remember, Rob took to social media to allege that Rita had cheated on him with more than 20 men! He wrote on Twitter: “She cheated on me with nearly 20 dudes while we were together… But I mean 20?!!!! (sic)”
After the split, Ora went on to date Calvin Harris. That only lasted a year and got messy when she revealed in an interview that he had refused her permission to sing her latest single, I Will Never Let You Down, at the Teen Choice Awards in August.
Following that saga, Harris took to social media to hit back at Rita Ora, posting: “You’ll only know 1 side of the story RE Teen choice awards because I choose not to talk to the papers about every aspect of my personal life (sic)”
Ora probably won’t be too concerned about the snub from Kim Kardashian at the MTV Awards recently. After all, as is very clear from her track record, Rita Ora is far more concerned with garnering male attention than she is female.