Rita Ora is on her promotional grind to get the word out about her new single, “Body on Me” featuring Chris Brown. Recently, the Roc Nation singer chatted with Hot 97 personality Nessa about the song as well as her personal life, which included conversation about A$AP Rocky.

Nessa brought up the A$AP Mob leader and the rude comments he made about the British native on his song “Better Things.”

"I swear that bitch Rita Ora got a big mouth / Next time I see her might curse the bitch out / Kicked the bitch out once ’cause she bitched out / Spit my kids out, jizzed up all in her mouth and made the bitch bounce,” Rocky rhymes.

The “I Will Never Let You Down” singer said she doesn’t care what anybody -- not even a rapper like Rocky -- thinks of her, period.

“I’m not looking at it like ‘you’re upsetting me’ because I don’t actually give a s---," she said. "I think about it, and I don’t want people to think it’s okay to speak about women like that. I don’t care what you say about me. I don’t give a flying f---."

"That’s just how it is, but you gotta keep it moving," she continued. "I’m very happy with what I do, and I’m proud of who I am, and what I represent.”

Ora added that she's not supportive of anyone disrespecting women, but she also congratulated Rocky. "Congratulations, his album done great and I liked it," she said. "If you want to apologize, you know where to find me."

Now about her new song with Breezy. Ora announced that a video for "Body on Me" is set to premiere on Aug. 21. She wouldn't divulge the treatment of the clip, but she teased that it's steamy. “This song is definitely kind of like the most intimate that I’ve ever done, so I tried to balance the video out in a classy way,” she said.

As for her personal life, Ora has been linked to Rob Kardashian and Calvin Harris in the past. Now, the 24-year-old artist is single and happy. "For the first in about five years I'm single," she said. "I'm free... And now I'm actually in a position where I am doing me and I'm very happy about that. Like, yo, this is great."

Ora is planning to hit the road near the end of the month on her U.S. tour, which kicks off Aug. 25 in San Francisco. The nine-city jaunt will make stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Boston, New York and Washington, D.C., before wrapping up on Sept. 17 in Chicago.

Watch Rita Ora's interview with Hot 97 above.

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