• Rita Ora shared a racy new selfie on Instagram for Pride Month
  • The singer's fans flooded her post with positive comments
  • Ora explained that her single "Girls" was her story and her truth before she came out as bisexual

Rita Ora has shared a topless selfie on social media for Pride Month.

The “Brief” star brought the heat on Instagram when she shared a raunchy new photo on the social media platform. Ora oozed sex appeal in her mirror selfie in which she showed off her toned body.

In the snap, the singer is barely covered and only uses one hand to conceal her chest from the camera. She also cheekily stuck her tongue out. In the second snap, she threw a wink while applying lipstick on.

“Doing my own glam I had to show you guys! Lol I mean I’m not the best at it! But I love doing it! [lipstick]Happy #pride [heart][pride emoji],” she wrote.

Ora’s fans flooded her post with praise for the singer, with most approving her photos.

“Omg you are so hot,” one commented.

“I know that you’re the best in it,” another added.

“Omg,” another follower wrote, along with heart eyes emojis.

In May 2018, the “Let Me Love You” singer came out as bisexual. She revealed that she had romantic relationships with both men and women after her track “Girls” sparked intense backlash. Several accused her of being a straight artist who was profiting off of her LGBTQA+ experience.

Ora explained that the song, which also features Charli XCX, Bebe Rexha and Cardi B, was very personal for her because it was an “accurate account of a very real and honest experience” in her life.

In an interview with Stylist, Ora was asked about the criticism over her song “Girls” as many blasted it for perpetuating bisexual stereotypes due to lines like, “Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls.”

“That was a really sensitive subject for me; it was my story and I knew it was going to be a bit of a shock for people because I’d never spoken about it in public before,” Ora explained.

“I don’t think I would be doing this today if it wasn’t for the LGBTQ community and I would do anything for them as well as all my fans. This was a moment in time when I wanted to give confidence to girls who are trapped and feel like they can’t tell their parents that they are gay. I wanted to give people that bit of hope to get through it. It was my story and my truth,” she continued.

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Will Rita Ora be invited by Prince Harry to attend his May 19 wedding to Meghan Markle? Pictured: Ora visits 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' at Rockefeller Center on Jan. 31, 2018 in New York City. Getty Images/Theo Wargo