Cardi B and Rita Ora Apologize For Their Controversial Track 'Girls'


Rita Ora's new track "Girls", which features Carid B, Bebe Rexha and Charlie XCX, was supposed to celebrate Ora's bisexuality.

However, some in the LGBT community -- including singer Kehlani -- aren't feeling it, calling the track "tone deaf" and "harmful" in the way it trivializes batting from both sides of the plate.

There's also been additional backlash for Cardi, thanks to a resurfaced interview with The Breakfast Club on which she referred to lesbians as dykes.

Both Cardi and Rita have apologized for any harm they have done.

Here's the track in question:

What do you think?

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