Rita Ora Caused A Brouhaha By Posting A “A Date Night” Picture With Conor McGregor

December 6, 2017 / Posted by:

Rita Ora (oh, come on guys. You know who Ria Ora is by now! Don’t play dumb. She’s the blondish British lady who’s a singer or a model or a spokesmodel or a spokes-singer or something and who is always presenting or performing at at some awards show or another? She hosted Boy Band? And that last terrible season of ANTM? Always wears red lipstick? Yes, HER!) played herself by posting a picture of herself and Irish boxer Conor McGregor looking cozy at the Fashion Awards in London. Not a big deal but she captioned the photo “date night” and that ain’t her man.

According to The Sun, Conor’s sparring partner Artem Lobov was quick to assert that Rita ain’t shit with a since deleted tweet.

Replying to Ora’s tweet, he wrote: “Sorry Rita, Burgers are nice but not when a man has steak at home.”

That steak he’s referring to is Conor’s partner of 9 years and recently minted baby-mama Dee Devlin. This prompted Twitter to take a dump all over Rita’s tweet. If you don’t think Rita knew exactly what she was doing with that caption you don’t know Rita. (COME ON! Seriously, there’s a picture of her right there in the header! Remember, she was maybe sort of dating Bieber that one time? The one who said she is not “Becky with the good hair” even though nobody thought that? Nothing? You guys are useless). Thing is, Irish boxing fans are very protective, so perhaps in an effort to avoid getting dragged even more, Rita subsequently released two other tweets to ease the tension.

Here’s Rita with her actual rumored boyfriend, musician Andrew Watt, who she was at the event with.

Don’t they look, erm, happy and in love. Gotta love that body language! THAT is how you lay hands upon your luhva!

And here’s Rita further proving she’ll date anything with a pulse.

Way to walk that one back, Rita! She’s no dummy. She got her clicks, she got her man and she got Donatella to smile in a photo which honestly is kind of miraculous.

Pic: Wenn.com

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