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Rita Ora and Rob Kardashian Were Only Ever F-ck Buddies

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The whole Rita Ora and Rob Kardashian saga is something out of a Lifetime movie centered on suburban high school kids with too few things to do in town and too much internet access. Basically what happened was this: Rob and Rita were sleeping together and “hanging out”, as the young folks do, which Rob considered a relationship. That relationship ended last year because of the whole “long distance” thing being too difficult, and Rob didn’t take that so well, instead getting fat and going to his Twitter page to accuse Rita Ora of sleeping her way to the top (he’s not the first person to do this) and cheating on him with approximately 40 bros. He later took that back, but Rita is basically throwing the highest shade possible saying that it doesn’t really matter what Rob’s saying because she never considered them to be together to begin with. Got that so far? Right, on we go.

From Australia’s Daily Telegraph:

“I never thought it was actually a relationship, in all honesty.

“I never mentally defined it as ‘boyfriend, girlfriend’. When I split up with him, I said, ‘It’s because I’m never there, I don’t know how to do it’. That’s all I said, then… the rest happened. He obviously felt that creating myths was the way forward.

“But I don’t think about it. I don’t vocalise things that don’t deserve attention… In my world, things like that just aren’t important.”

Oh, snap! Though she kinda contradicted herself by saying she “split up” with him. If he wasn’t your boyfriend, there’d be nothing to split up, you’d just… stop having sex, which wouldn’t be hard since you’re never there to begin with. I can see why she’d want to get away from Rob because he’s an immature idiot who needs to stop trying to ride his family’s coattails and figure out what he wants to do with his life. Plus, any bro who retaliates for being broken up with by going on Twitter and trying to slut shame her needs a f-cking reality check, pronto.

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  • Perhaps she said “split up” because we really do not have an expression used for breaking up a casual relationship. Whatever you say, it could also be used for a serious relationship. Even terms like “friends with benefits” are newly coined and not as universally understood as boyfriend/girlfriend. That said (because I’m a linguistics lover), I love the shade Rita is throwing.

  • Split up could have been her term for “ended a relationship”. That can happen with any relationship, sexual or not.

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