James Arthur, Lucy Spraggan Clash Over Homophobic Rap
Lucy tells J-Arth not to "f**k with the gays" during Twitter feud...
Despite apologising for the rap, Spraggan criticised James for using the slur "You f**king queer" in the controversial verse - with the singer taking to Twitter to upload a screen grab of a text message said to be from Arthur.
It read: "Lucy what are you playing at having digs at me? Is it coz you're a gay rights activist you had to say something as extreme as "people kill themselves every day over words like queer" are you for real?'"
The text continued: "And for you're information my album was self-penned [sic]. My album sold 10 times youres in it's first week so you can fuck off with you're career sh*te. Stop reading the press 'mate'. Real people don't care."
Spraggan replied: "Real people are people you a***hole. 10 times in the first week hahahahahahahahaha. Good, I'm glad. Enjoy."
The Impossible singer then allegedly replied: "Two faced fickle attention seeker. Dissapear."
Lucy then responded: "I think you'll do that far before I do."
The Tea And Toast singer later took to Twitter to explain why she posted the text messages, stating: "And that was tweeted because it has to be f**king said. D*ck."
She the concluded: "Don't f**k with the gays."