Rihanna may be heating things up with rumored boyfriend Lewis Hamilton while vacationing in Barbados, but it looks like Rih has found herself at the center of feud rumors regarding her ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown.
According to sources close to Rihanna, the "Diamonds" singer is less than impressed with Brown's new collaboration with Rita Ora for their sexy track, "Body On Me."
A Rihanna insider dishes to The Sun that Rihanna is "furious" with Ora for recording a track with Brown, noting that she's even more upset regarding rumors that suggest the music video accompaniment to the track is supposed to be sexually explicit, Unreality TV reports.
"Chris and Rihanna have a long history and she hit the roof when she heard about 'Body On Me,' especially the video," the source reveals to the publication.
Ora recently gushed over the upcoming music video, revealing to her Twitter followers that "Body On Me" will be her most "intimate" video to date.
"The video has been shot, it comes out in a week and a half and I can't wait for you guys to see it. It's probably one of the most intimate videos I've ever done," Ora dished to her followers earlier this week.
While neither Rihanna nor Ora have spoken out about the alleged feud, the rumors come just a few months after sources revealed that Rihanna banned Rita from attending her 2015 Met Gala after party.
"She has a real issue with Rita and this was her chance for revenge," a source previously revealed of Rihanna's ongoing feud with Ora, The Sun reports.
"She made it clear when organizing her party that Rita was not to gatecrash under any circumstances," the source concludes.
Rumors of Rihanna and Ora's ongoing feud were further fueled by an interview that Rita gave in June in which she defended her decision to collaborate with Brown despite his history of assault, namely his violent attack on Rihanna in 2009, Mirror UK reports.
"I love him on different levels," Ora gushed over Brown during her interview, "I see how he treats his people and he's a good person with a good heart and a lovely family. It's really nice that we finally got together because, regardless of what's happened, the song is just amazing."
Ora continued, "Chris Brown is strong, powerful and someone that is important to me personally and professionally. The discrimination and all what people think? If you have a great song then no one cares."
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