Rita Ora – Girls ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX (Official Video)


The Official Video for Rita Ora ‘Girls’ ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX
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Rita Ora - Girls ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX (Official Video)

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    Rita Ora – Girls ft. Cardi B, Bebe Rexha & Charli XCX (Official Video)

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    1. I found out about this song because Camila Cabello was supposed to be on it, cause she love the idea and concept of it, but her company and pr manager said it would be her coming out song since the Lara thing

    2. I dont understand the change of video dimensions and quality. If you wanna go with the shit camera vibes like bebe's part just make the whole video the same??

    3. Fuck it, this song is good and is honestly a fucking mood so I’ll just ignore Cardi because of some of the shit she’s said and bop to this song

    4. WTF 😒😒😒 are you call this is a song???
      Even God made Adam and eve
      Oooh but you don't like what God wont… You make your own sense… We are suffering and going to heel because these actions…

    5. I'm in love with ritas eyes………..i thought the video song will be so heavy minded but rita's eye reactions says …'' ya…everything is fine………ya,,ya,,,……….so…cooooooooool….and BEBE looks like a cute cartoon character……….so cute,,,,i thought she was a cartoon………..cardi look is not so good as i expected….but i love her…….charli is good……

    6. People that are getting pissed that there’s “another gay song trying to push an agenda” or whatever…this mv is not even in the realm of true lgbt+ representation. It’s targeted to a male audience under the guise of being progressive. I personally think the song is pretty good, but its motive is disconnected. No, Its not that I don’t like this mv because I’m not a lesbian/bi (I am a lesbian) and I “can’t relate”…it’s because of faux representation. (Watch the mv for “What I Need” by Hayley Kiyoko ft. Kehlani if you’d like to see the antithesis)

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