It seems that pop star Rita Ora has entered a new impasse due to the new strain of Covid 19 that struck Britain and caused the closure of its borders with a number of countries.
This artist flew to Bulgaria in an attempt to avoid the wrath of the press and the public after violating the rules of social distancing in November and celebrating her 30th birthday at Casa Cruz restaurant in Notting Hill (Notting Hill), west London, with the presence of nearly thirty people.
Her travel came in order to escape and to stay away from the spotlight of the media that kept haunting her because of this incident, as she was seeking to enjoy some comfort and preparation for presenting a new album, but she found herself in real trouble after she was stranded due to the suspension of flights between Bulgaria and Britain until the 31st of the month. January of next year and that means that she will spend the Christmas holidays away from her home and her friends, and this is the last thing she had in mind.
She strongly apologizes for what she did
The star had apologized to her fans earlier after she traveled to Egypt to hold a private party on the twenty-first of last November, and she had to isolate herself for 14 days after returning from travel in compliance with the health rules of Covid 19, but she did not do so instead. From isolation, she celebrated her birthday in a public place, in another violation of lockdown rules. The Mail on Sunday revealed the details of this trip, which it claimed was a special offer at a hotel in Cairo for a six-figure sum.
Ora has admitted her act and apologized deeply for what happened to her and without any reservation and said that she deserves a reprimand and will donate her wages from the ceremony to charity and that she feels guilt and shame even though the words of apology to the pop star may not have much weight, as she said, especially the person who broke the rules like her and added: “I realize that some may seek to imitate me, and my simple message to them is: Please do not do it because the guilt and shame that I have endured for my mistake is not worth it. Instead, continue to listen to the advice of the government and the voices of the health sector heroes, and take the necessary precautions. earn it”.