Rita Ora is one of the luckiest women on earth. I'm almost certain under any form she fills out asking what's her employment she writes down magician. She has managed to keep her career a secret from everyone. Her face has been seen almost everywhere but my lap. It's like being stuck in the first half of a never ending Houdini act. I think she's a celebrity. And I believe in Rita's career the same way I do magic. Both of which are being fueled by the same poppycock. She's even managed to make a lady lose her job after being so excited to see her.
A VIRGIN air hostess was forced to quit her job after describing singer Rita Ora as a “beautiful oil painting” in a number of Facebook posts. Charlotte Whittingham, 25, told her girlfriend about her encounter with the “flawless, gorgeous” star after serving Rita on a London to LA flight, The Sunreports. Airline bosses then contacted her, urging her to resign or face being fired for a data protection breach. Charlotte complimented the singer online after serving her and comic Keith Lemon on a first class flight.
Social media is snitch central. People often forget that nothing you post on the internet is really ever private. It kind of defeats the purpose of a network that connects things together. Main takeaway point there is the share aspect. Maybe Rita Ora doesn't really exist. She's like the Moby Dick of celebrities. And it's not a privacy breach that got this young flight attendant fired, but mentioning myths like Rita Ora made them aware of her possible mental instability. It's sad the world lost a hot lady loving flight attendant. Can we crowdsource a lawyer for her to get her job back. Four plus hour flights overseas are already hard enough. Did you have to subtract the complimentary eye candy too?
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