Calvin Harris has hit out over Twitter at Rita Ora's claim that she was offered his 'Call My Name' track before it was eventually recorded by Cheryl Cole.
In an interview Ora previously claimed she rejected the song because she didn't want to: "go down the dance route that a lot of other popstars are doing".
Haris tweeted fans: "For the record, Call my name was never given to Rita Ora to sing... she made that up, don't know why," Harris told fans on Twitter.
''Read it on Wikipedia just then, its crazy how news stories become facts like that!"
However, it seems the pair have now made amends over a series of tweets.
''@RitaORa here calm down! I was setting the record straight as you didn't at the time," Calvin replied to Rita's original post.
"It was a disrespectful comment to make, that's all.''
Rita then wrote back, referring to Cheryl reaching number one with the track this weekend: "I hate beef and fighting… So I love u all @calvinharris call me ill explain way actually happened they twisted it and congratulations. X,"
"@RitaOra me too, thank you luv + good luck with everything!" Calvin tweeted, before Rita finally replied: "Thank u! I would say you too but you don't need it :))."
Lets all hug and make up!
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