Beyonce Praises Rita Ora; Message A Response to Kim Kardashian's Diss?

Beyonce Knowles recently spoke out in support of Rita Ora causing a stir among some fans who are questioning whether the singer's message is a response to Kim Kardashian's alleged diss.

On Wednesday Kardashian tweeted about her brother Rob's love life, following his rumored split from Ora, suggesting the types of women that she believes he "he needs in his life!" While Kardashian never mentioned Ora's name, fans suspect that the reality star may have been insinuating that the British singer was not a good fit for her brother.

Beyonce, who is reportedly not too fond of Kardashian, publicly supported Ora, who is signed to her husband Jay-Z's Roc Nation record label. In a post on her personal website, the "Single Ladies" singer congratulated Ora on her new album and praised one of her songs.

"I've had 'Shine Ya Light' by Rita Ora on repeat- no doubt you will too. She's also up for the 'Women Who Rock' issue of Rolling Stone! Congrats on your album Re-ah! Love, Beyoncé," Beyoncé wrote in a recent post.

Despite speculation that Beyonce may have felt compelled to publicly support Ora in defense of Kardashian's recent diss, it appears that the Grammy award-winning singer actually wrote the note prior to Kardashian's tweet.

Beyonce allegedly posted the message for Ora on Aug. 25, while Kardashian, 31, tweeted about Rob two days later on Aug. 27.

"When out to dinner w my brother @RobKardashian every gorgeous persian/armenian girl stares at Rob! I think that's what he needs in his life!" Kardashian tweeted.

Ora, 21, appeared to be unfazed by the speculation and took to Twitter to thank Beyonce for the kind message.

"Beyonce thank you for that message I love you big sis. #rocnation 4 life. #Ora," she tweeted.

During a recent interview Ora denied having a romantic relationship with Rob, 25, insisting that she doesn't "have time for a relationship."

"I'm single at the moment. I'm a girl and I would love to meet a boy, but I have no time and it would be unfair. I'd be like a ghost, an invisible girlfriend in a relationship," she added.