Rita Ora apologizes for violating the pandemic lockdown guidelines with the 30th celebration

Rita Ora speaks out after a 30th birthday party was held in London over the weekend.

On Monday November 30th, the Anywhere singer took part in her Instagram story to formally apologize for a large gathering despite the UK's current lockdown status amid the coronavirus pandemic.

"Hi everyone, I attended a small gathering with some friends to celebrate my 30th birthday," wrote the star, who turned 30 on November 26th. "It was a spontaneous decision made with the misguided view that we were getting out of lockdown and that would be fine …"

The statement went on to say: "I am very sorry that I broke the rules and I understand that it puts people at risk. This was a grave and inexcusable error of assessment. Given the limitations, I understand how irresponsible these are Action was taken and I will take anything. " Responsibility."

Rita concluded by saying, "I am particularly embarrassed to know how hard people have worked to fight this terrible disease and to be aware of the sacrifices people and companies have made to keep it safe guarantee. Even if this has won. " To get it right, I want to sincerely apologize. "

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