Rita Ora has flaunted her sensational body at the gym as she posed for the ultimate selfie.
The Hot Right Now hitmaker, 25, took to her official Instagram account to share the sexy snap with her 16million followers via her Story.
Posting the photo which only stays up for 10 seconds, Rita can be seen bending down on her knee as she dons some tight gym-wear which clings to her body.
Wearing a pair of tight leggings, Rita protected herself and others by covering her mouth and nose and most of her pretty face with a black face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Rita opted for a tight black vest on her top half as she turned her body side on from the camera and flaunted her peachy rear.
The blonde bombshell wore her long hair in a ponytail and hid the majority of it with a black baseball cap which slightly hid the remainder of her face.
Posing while taking the selfie with her phone in a pink case, she pointed the phone at a mirror and snapped her reflection.
She wrote over it: "After a full days work."
The babe posed down on her knees with a few weight in front of her but it was the singer who stole the show.
It comes weeks after was accused of "blackfishing" and "cultural appropriation" after fans discovered her Albanian heritage.
She has always been very open about her heritage but she is now facing backlash after a tweet about her ethnicity went viral on Twitter.
Shocking some fans, the tweet, with over 150,000 likes, read: "Finding out Rita Ora isn’t black at all and both of her parents are white Albanians is so trippy.
"The girl's BEEN blackfishing."
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The social media user later added: "Like the girl isn’t black in the slightest this is kinda freaking me out. White women really slip into black personas so easily."
The tweet sat alongside a series of photos of Rita wearing what appeared to be wigs and two snaps of her hair in braids.
Fans accused the star of "cultural appropriation" and "blackfishing".
The terms are used to describe people who change their hair and make-up to appear black online.
However, there were some Rita fans who rushed to her defence to point out that the star has spoken of her Albanian heritage on a number of occasions.
Fans pointed out the fact Rita has previously revealed her Albanian roots when she told how her family fled war zone Kosovo when she was only a child.
Rita revealed her family seeked refuge in the UK.
They also pointed out that the snaps being shared were from five years ago – and noted how Rita no longer styles her hair in that way.
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