Rita Ora’s “Girls” is about her not-so-secret encounters with Cara Delevingne.
Rita Ora has nothing to hide. Even though she’s boo’d up with rocker Andrew Watt, her new single "Girls" is about sexy encounters with supermodel Cara Delevingne. According to British newspaper The Sun, the two were definitely more than friends.
The track, which features pop princesses Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX & Cardi B, sees them feigning over a girl named “Lara,” – which, is clearly Cara’s pen name. Rita processes her bisexuality in the song, singing “I ain't one-sided, I'm open-minded. I'm fifty-fifty and I'm never gonna hide it,” before admitting “Sometimes, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls,” in the chorus.
Sources confirmed speculations about Rita and Cara’s relationship to The Sun, stating “Rita and Cara’s relationship has always been speculated about and questions were asked at the time about whether they were more than good friends.” Rita even went so far as to call Cara, wifey once upon a time “She’s officially mine. She’s, like, untouchable. I’ve taken her off the market. We call each other ‘wifey.’
While they never confirmed or denied anything, Rita has definitely allowed her music to do the talking.” While neither will probably talk about it if asked, Rita’s not hiding who she is or how she felt about the Burberry model. “She has been honest with pals about what went on with her and Cara and, during the recording process in the studio, she was happy to discuss the model being the main influence behind the track.”
We can’t wait for the music video to drop. Bet you any money there’s going to be a special cameo (don't think we really need a hint for this one). Check out "Girls" and let us know if you're feeling the song.