Rita Ora discusses her flowing sexuality and says she sees things like & # 39; faceless and sexless & # 39; when it comes to finding love
Rita Ora has revealed that she has things like & # 39; faceless and genderless & # 39; looks when it comes to her love life and looks at the & # 39; person & # 39; instead of their physical appearance.
The singer, 28, spoke with Daily Star Online about her flowing sexuality and admitting that she finds rumors that she is linked to every man with frustration.
About her love life, Rita said: & I admire the beauty of men and women. I see things like faceless and genderless, for me it's about the person. & # 39;
Interview: Rita Ora has revealed that she has things like & # 39; faceless and genderless & # 39; sees when it comes to her love life (shown in July 2019)
Rita previously released the song Girls with themes such as bisexuality and self-love.
She explained: & # 39; Girls is written to represent my truth and is an accurate report of a true and honest experience in my life. I have had romantic relationships with men and women all my life and this is my personal journey. & # 39;
The hit maker also rejected earlier speculation that she went out with singer Liam Payne after a series of steamy performances and insisted that the couple are just good friends.
She said: I have many male friends, many very attractive male friends, and they are my good friends. It doesn't mean you have to make contact with them, you know. & # 39;
Love life: the singer admitted that she finds rumors that she is linked to every man with frustration (shown in September 2019)
It comes after Rita previously said she felt responsible & # 39; to make sure that the message in the single (Girls) was clear & # 39 ;, and revealed that she was bisexual shortly after she had the song in May last year released.
About the podcast What & # 39; s The Tee by RuPaul, Rita said: & # 39; When I was younger, I was very experimental – in my late teens, early 20s – so I wanted to make a song about girls who might be confused were about who they are. & # 39;
The singer was criticized after the release of the spicy song – with artists Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX – which aims to project female empowerment, while discussing themes such as bisexuality and self-love.
Rita said: & I admire the beauty of men and women. I see things like faceless and genderless, for me it's about the person & # 39; (pictured in September 2019)
Feelings hit maker Hayley Kiyoko and singer Kehlani branded the song as & # 39; just plainly tone-deaf & # 39; of which they claimed & # 39; do more harm than good for the LGBTQ + community & # 39 ;.
Rita, who has had a controversial relationship with Calvin Harris and Ricky Hilfiger, apologized after the release of the song and came out shortly afterwards as bisexual.
Rita admitted she understood where the musicians came from: & # 39; When it came out, I think people were looking at it because they didn't know my experience, as if I were using the culture – which was understandable.
& # 39; I have never looked at it that way because I knew I had experienced it. But I forgot that no one else knew & # 39 ;, she added.
Fair: Rita said earlier that she felt responsible & # 39; to make sure the message in the single (Girls) was clear & # 39 ;, and revealed that she was bisexual after the release of the track (shown in September 2019) )
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