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Rita Ora Claims Roc Nation Discriminated Against Her Because She Was A Woman: “I Could Have Had A Better Chance If I’d Been Male”

Just two years after the settlement and split between #RitaOra and #JayZ’s Roc Nation, the singer has opened up about her experience with the record label, detailing a few reasons why she decided to file a lawsuit to get out of her contract in the first place.

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“I want to find the right word here,” Ora told the Sunday Times magazine, “and maybe this is my interpretation, but I do feel I got discriminated against because I was a woman.”

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“I almost felt – maybe this is just my interpretation – I could have had a better chance if I’d been male,” Ora continued, adding that she has since moved on to work with her older sister, Elena, as her business partner.

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Despite the legal beef though, Ora said the split was amicable. But, she did clear up a few rumors that had been swirling since the release of Beyoncés legendary “Lemonade” album: She is not ‘Becky with the Good Hair.”

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“Hey, all I want to say to that is, dude, if I were BWTGH, wouldn’t I actually have good hair? Look at it. It’s all weave and extensions,” she joked, adding that she’s Bey’s biggest fan and would “die for her.”

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