Grammy-winning singer Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has looked past old rumors about husband Jay Z possibly having a fling with Roc Nation protégé Rita Ora and supported her new Adidas collection. #changeclothes
Rita Ora posted up photos of Queen Bey donning her gear onto Instagram this week.
The superstar singer took to her own personal website to share pictures of herself showing off her washboard abs in a floral tracksuit crop-top set. Rita was delighted with Beyoncé’s seal of approval, reposting the photos in Instagram straight away. “My big sis, The queen to you…rocking my first Adidas loves Rita Ora collection! #unstoppable out for you August 26th. #thankyou #myfamilia #iloveyou @beyonce,” she captioned the shot. (Hello Magazine)
Appearing on New York radio station Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club,” Ora recently put an end to Jay Z affair rumors.
“Don’t you dare disrespect Beyoncé like that ever again in your entire life. You should know better than that,” Ora said. “That’s just straight up disrespect. You can’t even go there.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Although details were initially slim, Ora broke her big Adidas news across social media last January.
Another celebrity has joined ranks with adidas, this time it’s British singer and style icon Rita Ora. She posted the announcement on her Instagram account. The image contained the following caption: “We’re coming for you world!! The@adidasoriginals family HELLO! #designerlife#icantwait #excited #RitaBotsUniform.” There’s no word what the collection will contain, but this will be a switch-up from Ora’s days with Superga. (Complex)
Despite massive success with his Yeezy Nike sneakers, rap star Kanye West recently promised his Adidas debut would meet high expectations.
“Yeah, 100 percent, it’s going to be dope, everything is going to be dope,” Kanye said when asked if his Adidas debut sneakers will have as much appeal as his limited edition Nike Yeezy collection. “It’s just like having a record deal, simple as that. What if I would have been stopped at The College Dropout and I never got the chance to make ‘Gold Digger’ and I never got the chance to make ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothin’ and I never got the chance to get to ‘N*ggas In Paris’ – with Nike, they were trying to confine the idea. They always send celebrity marketing to me and I’m like, ‘I’m a designer, I’m a creator, why don’t you just let me create? I got some ideas right here and you saw with these two Yeezys right here how much they worked.’ At a certain point, they brought a contact – I looked at the Adidas contact and I looked at the Nike contract and I looked at my daughter’s eyes and I made the decision I needed to make to be able to make product.” (“The Morning Riot”)