In the wake of Rob Kardashian's brief Twitter tirade against his ex-girlfriend Rita Ora, #RitaWhora began trending on the social networking site. 

The original tweets have now been deleted by the Kardashian's younger brother, but according to the Sun they included: 

"I'm actually disgusted a woman could give up her body to more than 20 dudes in less than a year's time while trying to start a career."

"She cheated on me with nearly 20 dudes while we were together, I wonder how many she will sleep with now that we apart. But I mean 20?!"

Then, yesterday, according to the Mirror Rita Ora said "Rob's d**k was wack, I had to go somewhere else", arguably a below-the-belt statement (literally), but fans have argued that it was posted by a hacker. Too little, too late though for Rob who retorted with: "So u let me get u pregnant and u let others hit raw?" Before continuing "U deleted ur tweet just like me lol. This is a lesson to all the young women out there not to have unprotected sex with multiple men especially when in a relationship." It's all very harsh and very petty. 

Rob's since deleted both of those tweets, but has tried to smooth things over... kind of: "Just so we clear I never once mentioned "Rita Ora" in any of my tweets or even used the word "whore" and I never would. I Respect Women." Before passing the buck: "I speak truth. I'm a very Real dude and everything I say I mean... But never called anyone specific a whore and said any names. You all did." ... and again, "Sad that the media created negativity for a young artist new to the game that is working so hard to make it. Never mentioned any names."

In distinct contrast to Rob's little tantrum, Rita has spoken demurely about the break up to Glamour. "I'm not going out with Rob. We were close for a while, but it didn't work because I was never there." She said, "I was like a ghost. I used to get so frustrated with myself and then wonder why I was angry, so I decided it was best to keep it friendly - especially at the moment, when there's so much going on."