Bebe Rexha ‘says she doesn’t think Dua Lipa and Rita Ora’s feud will ever end’

‘I’ve tried to always be the peace-keeper:’ Bebe Rexha ‘says she doesn’t think Dua Lipa and Rita Ora’s feud will ever end even though she has tried to ‘bring the girls together”

Bebe Rexha has reportedly said she’s not sure that Dua Lipa and Rita Ora’s ‘feud’ will ever end. 

The singer, 31, has claimed that she has ‘tried to always be the peace keeper’ and ‘bring the girls together’ but her efforts have failed.   

She added that she would ‘really love’ to do a collaboration with the pair of them, but isn’t sure ‘that will ever happen’.    

Awkward: Bebe Rexha has reportedly said she’s not sure that Dua Lipa and Rita Ora’s feud will ever end

Speaking about the pair’s relationship to The Sun, Bebe said: ‘I have really tried. I don’t know what’s really going on there or what the drama is. I’ve tried to always be the peace-keeper and bring the girls together.

‘For me, I would really love to do something together but I’m not sure that will ever happen. And I won’t say any more about that.’

Dua and Rita, who both have Albanian heritage, have never publicly spoken about their reported feud which is believed to have begun because the pair are compared within the industry. 

Sad: The singer, 31, has reportedly said that she has 'tried to always be the peace keeper and 'bring the girls together' but her efforts have failed (pictured is Dua Lipa)

Sad: The singer, 31, has reportedly said that she has ‘tried to always be the peace keeper and ‘bring the girls together’ but her efforts have failed (pictured is Dua Lipa) 

Representatives for Dua and Rita have been contacted by MailOnline for a comment. 

Bebe told the publication she thinks that women sometimes become ‘competitive’ with each other within the music industry. 

She said: ‘It’s weird because I know how it is to be a girl and sometimes we can get really competitive. I’m not even talking about me, Dua, Rita and Ava, I’m just talking about females in general. What happens is there’s not enough women at the table.’

Differences: She added that she would 'really love' to do a collaboration with the pair of them, but isn't sure 'that will ever happen'

Differences: She added that she would ‘really love’ to do a collaboration with the pair of them, but isn’t sure ‘that will ever happen’

The star added that because she believes the music charts are so male dominated, it leaves women musicians with an ‘unspoken competitiveness’ between them. 

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