Considering Cardi's smash debut album, Rexha's crossover hit with Florida Georgia Line, and Charli's current supporting gig on Taylor Swift's Reputation Tour, girl power runs strong in this team of ladies. "Her name is Laura, we learned a lotta/How to do it, like we do it, like we wanna", she rhymes. In the first verse, Ora sings, "I ain't one-sided, I'm open minded, I'm fifty-fifty and I'm never gonna hide it". I never looked at it as, "Only females can listen to it" or "Only males can listen to it": "It's for everybody", she said. Ora does nowhere near as much running from the ideas her song expresses as Perry did a decade ago.
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NY rapper Cardi B and Rita Ora have a new smash on their hands. "I knew people were going to look into it like that", Ora responded, laughing. I don't think that that even matters. "I grew to really love her and respect her grind". "I want to do movies, I want to do music, I want to travel the world, you know?" "But the real message is just about freedom and acceptance, and being what you want to be, and it being OK".
During an interview with People, Rita - who has been dating songwriter Andrew Watt for over a year - was asked about whether the song is linked to her own sexuality. But every so often there come certain songs with messaging that is just downright tone-deaf, which does more harm than good for the LGBTQ+ community. I feel I have a responsibility to protect that whenever possible. "Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls".