Rita Ora On Chris Brown: “He’s A Good Person”

June 24, 2015 / Posted by:

Just like that, every neurologist from here to Saturn just booked Rita Ora a comprehensive series of tests and CAT scans to determine how Rita Ora is operating without a working brain.

If you’re the type of person who thinks “Who?” every time they see the name Rita Ora, here’s another way to remember who Rita Ora is. The Gobot to Rihanna’s Transformer is friends with Chris Brown. That’s not typically something you’d ever want to be, let alone something you admit to people, but Rita Ora did just that during a recent interview with The Sun (via UsWeekly). Rita Ora is currently working on a song with Chris Brown, and she had some really nice things to say about him. Please note that none of this was said with a sarcastic tone in her voice:

“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. I love him on different levels. 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.”

Well, technically she’s not wrong. Chris Brown is strong (see: pushing his way into his ex-girlfriend’s car even when she didn’t want him there, etc, etc..), powerful (see: the amount of times I’ve gotten a pounding headache from reading the barely-coherent comments he leaves on Instagram, etc, etc..), and is someone who is very important to Rita Ora professionally (see: Rita Ora’s career as someone who pops up on songs as “featuring Rita Ora“). The only thing she’s not right about is the good heart part. If you slid Chris Brown into an X-ray, all you’d see is a coagulated clump of hair dye and rage where his heart used to be.

Here’s Team Breezy’s newest member trying to “hide” from the paps at Heathrow airport today. Somebody better alert Johnny Depp that Rita Ora has stolen his hat.

Pics: Splash, Wenn.com

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