Rita Ora And Calvin Harris Make Up After Twitter Fall Out Over Cheryl Cole Song

18 June 2012, 13:50

The 'R.I.P.' singer has made up with the DJ fresh from her set at Lovebox Festival over the weekeend.

Rita Ora and Calvin Harris have made amends on Twitter after a disagreement over whether Rita was originally offered Cheryl's current hit single 'Call My Name'

Last month Rita was quoted by a tabloid saying she had turned down the Calvin Harris penned hit, a claim the 'Let's Go' DJ and producer later openly denied on Twitter.

Today (18th June) Rita posted comments on Twitter saying the media had twisted her words and that she hadn't said she turned the track down, prompting Calvin to continue the discussion.

"@RitaORa here calm down! I was setting the record straight as you didn't at the time," Calvin replied to Rita's original post. "It was a disrespectful comment to make, that's all.

"I hate beef and fighting… So I love u all @calvinharris call me ill explain way actually happened they twisted it and congratulations. X," Rita then wrote back, referring to Cheryl reaching number one with the track last week.

"@RitaOra me too, thank you luv + good luck with everything!" Calvin tweeted, before Rita finally replied: "Thank u! I would say you too but you don't need it :))."

View a picture of Rita Ora performing at Lovebox Festival 2012 below:

Rita Ora hit the charts last month with her debut single 'R.I.P.' and gave her new song 'How We Do (Party)' its first play on Capital FM this morning (18th June).

Rita Ora also took to the stage at London's Victoria Park on Saturday (16th June) for Lovebox Festival where she performed songs from her upcoming debut album 'O.R.A.'.

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