PIC: Rita Ora shares sultry nude snap

PIC: Rita Ora shares sultry nude snap


WARNING: NSFW

Cape Town – Rita Ora introduced herself to 2018 in a very sexy and sultry way.

The Your Song hitmaker shared a black and white photograph, taken by Damon Baker, wearing nothing but sparkly heels and jewellery.

She wrote: “Hi I’m Rita it’s nice to meet you 2018!”

SEE THE SEXY SNAP HERE: (WARNING: NSFW)


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