Singer Rita Ora has defended her track "Boy on Me" with convicted domestic abuser Chris Brown, insisting she is not a traitor to women.
Singer Rita Ora has defended her track “Boy on Me” with convicted domestic abuser Chris Brown, insisting she is not a traitor to women.
Rita Ora came under fire for teaming up with the 26-year-old star – who was convicted of assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 – on “Boy on Me”, reported Contactmusic.
“I’ve been such a supporter of females for such a long time, you know, look at any of my interviews. I think the song speaks for itself,” Rita Ora said on a radio channel.
“His voice really suited this record and I approached it with that in mind. I really just went into this collaboration with a clear mind of what vocally will sound the best, and what musically works. That, to me, made the most sense,” Rita Ora explained.