Cardi B Responds to Backlash Over Rita Ora Collab “Girls”

Over the weekend, Rita Ora’s bisexual, girl-gang anthem “Girls” fueled debates over perpetuated stereotypes about girls kissing other girls. In the wake of backlash from Hayley Kiyoko, Kehlani, and others, Ora responded to the criticism on Monday by sharing that she’s had relationships with both men and women.

“‘Girls’ was written to represent my truth and is an accurate account of a very real and honest experience in my life,” she wrote in a post on Twitter. “I have had romantic relationships with women and men throughout my life and this is my personal journey.”

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48 thoughts on “Cardi B Responds to Backlash Over Rita Ora Collab “Girls”

  1. When a women is and makes a song like this it gets bashed. But how about other people who are straight and make songs that are actually hateful nobody cares?? Okay, that just shows how sensitive people are these days.

  2. What about the song I kissed a girl and I liked it “it felt so wrong it felt so right don’t mean I’m in love to night” you don’t hear anyone going after perry

  3. I´m not a Cardi B fan but people in 2018 are just way too sensitive. The LGBTQ community thinks everything is offensive to them, ¨woke¨ black people(I´m black) think everything is racist, and basically everyone on social media gets triggered over anything really

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