After allegedly prohibited for five years from making making, Rita Ora, expressed that, she was so afraid that her life was in danger during legal battle with Jay Z’s Roc Nation.
In 2015, Ora took Roc Nation to court on claims that they had neglected her.
According to her, she feared for her life, because her life largely depended on music, therefore, being asked to put making music on hold put her life in danger, risking her mental health.
She told the media;
“I definitely had a bit of worry and yeah, I was fearful of my life because, this is my life. My music is all I know so for me I was definitely scared.
“I don’t know if depressed is the right word but I was definitely scared.”
She described her ordeal as something she’d never wish for again.
RITA ORA VS ROC NATION
In 2015, Rita Ora took Roc Nation to court to pull the plug on her contract because she claimed she was been neglected by the record label.
According to the court, Ora hadn’t produced enough album since the record label signed her. Hence, they countered with a $2.3 million lawsuit.
This led the singer to breakdown.
“I lost a lot of confidence in myself. It felt like the worst thing.
“I want to find the right word here, and maybe this is my interpretation, but I do feel I got discriminated against because I was a woman.” She said to the media.
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