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Rita Ora To Expose Jay Z & Rob Kardashian Feud Secrets On New Tell-All Album — Inside Her Shocking Revenge Project!

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Jul. 10 2016, Published 8:16 p.m. ET

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Rita Ora won’t be holding anything back when she makes her return to music, with an insider telling that she plans to expose the details of some of her biggest scandals!

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According to the insider, Ora has already started recording her new project and wants to air out a little information on her relationships with some of Hollywood's biggest names! “Calvin Harris, Rob Kardashian and even the truth about Jay-Z,” the source said. “Rita’s not going to hold back. She’s got her settlement now from RockAFella and she’s ready to rebuild her reputation by telling it in her own words."

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The insider added that Ora wants to follow Taylor Swift’s formula of slamming her exes and foes while also pulling a little inspiration from Beyoncé’s latest visual album, Lemonade!

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“She wants this album to be the most talked-about scandalous bunch of songs ever. She wants the videos to be even more racy and has already asked Dakota Johnson to be in one of her videos,” the insider said.


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