Rita Ora Enrages Beyhive: Singer Wears Lemon-Themed Lingerie, Copies Beyonce's 'Formation' Outfit

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Looks like Rita Ora isn’t afraid of the Beyhive. On Monday, Ora stepped out wearing the exact same red-printed Gucci top and skirt that Beyonce wore in her “Formation” video, after her recent Snapchat sparked some controversy.

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Days before Beyonce’s Lemonade was released over the weekend, Ora posted a Snapchat selfie wearing revealing lemon-themed lingerie. The look quickly enraged the singer’s devoted following.

The post caused many Beyonce fans to speculate that the British songstress may actually be the “Becky with the good hair” who Beyonce references in her song “Sorry.”


Ora also shared a cryptic Instagram pic on Tuesday morning of Elizabeth Taylor in her 1973 movie, Ash Wednesday, which is about a woman trying to save her marriage.

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Ora and Beyonce’s husband, Jay Z, have previously worked together under the rapper’s Roc Nation label, though there were reports earlier this year that Roc Nation had filed a $2.4 million lawsuit against singer after she tried to end her contract early.

She isn’t the first celeb to be accused of having an affair with Jay Z. Shortly after Beyonce’s new visual album debuted on HBO with lyrics about infidelity, designer Rachel Roy posted a now-deleted Instagram of herself with the caption “good hair don’t care.”

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Roy is also rumored to be the cause behind Solange Knowles’ infamous elevator fight with Jay Z after the Met Gala in 2014. She was previously married to Jay Z’s former business partner Damon Dash.

Shortly after, Beyhive fans started swarming her (pun intended), Roy tweeted, “I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn’t be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind.”