The new “X Factor” judge Rita Ora, has just collaborated with Chris Brown for her new single sexy track “Body on Me.” But it seems that Ora has been flooded with criticisms about her collaboration with a convicted domestic abuser.
While Rita Ora has been busy promoting her new track “Body on Me” which is expected to feature on her long-delayed second studio album, Ora has been accused of forgetting her feminist values.
Ora has been condemned by Twitter users as a “traitor to women” – because of her collaboration with Chris Brown – who has previous domestic violence conviction for assaulting his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna.
After releasing the new single, Ora has not responded to the latest backlash but she heaped praises on the “Loyal” singer describing him as “strong, powerful, and someone that is important to me personally and professionally” and said she “loved him on different levels.” – reports The Sun.
It seems that Ora has been contradicting her own views in defending Brown, as she has also been vocal about feminism in relation to the music industry in the past.
Meanwhile the “BBHMM” singer Rihanna has been entangled in a “secret feud” with the Rita, over Chris Brown’s new collaboration with Ora for their sexy track.
Though Rihanna and Brown are no longer involved romantically after they split way back in 2013, RiRi was left unimpressed with the “highly sexual” music video – which accompanies Ora and Brown.
Photo Source: Twitter/Rita Ora