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4 December 2012, 11:50
The 'Party And BS (How We Do)' star has been defended by the UK rapper this week.
Professor Green has defended Rita Ora over a torrent of online messages directed at the singer following her split from former boyfriend Rob Kardashian.
The 'Never Be A Right Time' singer said the abuse being posted about Rita in the wake of several messages tweeted by the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was "lame", and urged people to "drop the Rita hate".
"Girls need to drop the Rita Hate," Professor Green tweeted last night (3rd December). "One tweet from an ex she left and you're gassing? Begging for an excuse if you ask me. Lame.
"That's something I never expected… Rob K. 'fans' tweeting me," the UK rapper later added. 'Alright then… Back to my evening."
Check out a picture of Rita Ora's new photoshoot from Glamour magazine below (Credit: Walter Chin/Glamour):
'R.I.P.' singer Rita and reality star Rob were reported to have ended their short romance last week over long distance issues.
Yesterday also saw Rita announce an eight-date headline tour of the UK starting on 28th January 2013 with a show at the Manchester Academy, and the 'Shine Ya Light' singer also promised some "surprise guests' on the countrywide jaunt.
View the full cover shoot from the new issue of Glamour below (Credit: Walter Chin/Glamour):
Rita Ora is currently preparing to perform on the second night of the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 this weekend across the 8th and 9th December.
The January issue of Glamour is on sale from Thursday 6th December.
See behind the scenes on Rita Ora’s shoot by downloading the January issue Glamour app, out later this week.