Rita Ora slams Rob Kardashian
Rita Ora has joked that in a game of shoot, sh*g or marry she would "definitely shoot Rob Kardashian".
The singer was forced to choose between three famous Robs in the hypothetical game played on Australian radio show Kyle and Jackie O.
The pop star split from sock designer Rob at the end of last year, after which he claimed she had been unfaithful multiple times during their relationship. He made the allegations on Twitter and later deleted the posts.
"OK here we go, I would marry Robert De Niro, I would sh*g Robert Pattinson and I would definitely, definitely, shoot Rob Kardashian," Rita exclaimed to the hosts.
Rita discussed the nature of Twitter and the way it gives people an outlet to air their dirty laundry in public. While she chooses to post photographs of food and fun times, she would never tell others what to share about their lives.
"[Twitter] it is awkward, I also feel like it's a personal choice. If you want to make yourself look a certain way, and feel that's the right way, then that's your choice. Personally, I like to keep things like that private," she explained. "On Twitter I like to put pictures of me on tour, or my Nando's diet and my new pet goldfish I've got. [No it doesn't have a name yet but] my last two were called Will and Jaden Smith."
Rita is currently on tour around the UK and Europe. She explained more about the spicy Nando's chicken diet she has been following while on the road. Rita joked about an image she posted on the social networking website showing her with a bloated belly after eating too much food from the restaurant chain.
"There is no such thing as the Nando's diet!" she continued. "Because I'm on tour, literally every night me and the band having been eating Nando's, chicken and chips. I have to call it a Nando's diet as it makes me feel better about myself. [No I don't have a lover on tour with me], I wish! It's a lot of work we haven't had a day off in a while. I've got whisky on the rider though so we always have a drink after."
© Cover Media