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Rita Ora and Wiz 'happy to stir the rumour pot'

Published 29/08/2015

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora and Wiz Khalifa are reportedly happy to be hitting the headlines together.

The two stars are both single at the moment, following Rita's split from Ricky Hil and Wiz's marriage breakdown with Amber Rose. They pair were spotted looking cosy at the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles earlier this month, and apparently they are enjoying all the rumours about them.

"They're recording together and they're more than happy for people to be gossiping about them," an insider told British magazine Heat.

Another source insisted the couple aren't officially an item at the moment, although they are enjoying spending time together.

This was evident the day after the Teen Choice show, when they were seen having dinner together at a Hollywood restaurant. Wiz left The Nice Guy restaurant first, but that didn't put snoopers off spotting them together.

"He'd already lined up a car and then Rita came out after him - she was grinning the whole time. Someone asked if she was in love and she just smiled," an onlooker said.

Rita split from Ricky in July following a year-long romance, which came after her acrimonious breakup from Calvin Harris. When their relationship finished Calvin reported banned his ex from performing any of the songs they had worked on together in public.

She has also romanced Rob Kardashian in the past, with the reality TV star publicly accusing her of cheating. Rita has insisted she hates having her love life played out in public, not least because she thinks many people have completely the wrong idea about her.

"I don't understand why [people] all have to give me this title [of maneater]. It's not true. I'm actually a very pure, innocent soul. Shall I say thanks?" she told We Love Pop magazine.

"I think sometimes, when you have a woman that has a motive and is career-driven, it becomes intimidating."

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