Lily Allen And Tulisa Share Their Views On Dappy’S ‘Tarzan 2’
Yesterday Dappy released ‘Tarzan 2’, which saw the artist swinging through the 'jungle', dissing the X Factor, their previous winners and others. After Tulisa’s strong reaction to the track, Lily Allen tweeted about it, saying it was “insightful…”
The ‘Smile’ singer wrote: "Dappy's new tune is jokes, in a good way. Thoroughly entertaining and insightful which is more than I can say for most things on the radio.
"And also, since when is pop music meant to be politically correct? Why people are so shocked by it is beyond me."
Earlier, Tulisa took to Twitter to express her disappointment in the song, saying: "Just puttin it out there. Don’t involve me in dappy's latest hype, I don't condone it in anyway. N its a shame I'm not around 2 control him…
"I told u hes a nut,I dealt wid this 4 13 years.I just hope people realise hes simply lost his mind since B's death..that's all,4 his sake."
The ‘No Regrets’ singer kept it calm, replying: "I just wanna say, i will always back ANYTHING u do....Love u T...#BLOODSTHICKERTHANWATER xx"
However Tulisa still wasn’t happy, firing back: "Stop cussin peeps out 4 ratins!talent speaks 4 itself u little s**t.Wen will u bloody learn!wen we unite Im gettin u back in shape."
Her cousin replied: "Now why would u say that,,,i cant believe u T...Why would u say this about my work..Just so u can keep cool with your xf job… Sad really....Guess im on my own again......F**k x factor"
The ‘Young’ singer ended the spat, saying: "Ur a talented little f**ker with to many issues!sort it out daps friggin sort it out!!!"
Meanwhile, the X Factor judge came under fire herself when she was filming the street video for her next single. Filmed in north London, according to The Sun Tulisa was seen by eyewitnesses throwing up a ‘C’ sign; a known gang symbol in the local area.
Tulisa later released a statement defending her actions, saying: "When we were filming on the street loads of other people turned up and joined in the shoot. When I was holding my hands in the C sign, this was as a tribute to Camden, my hometown and where N-Dubz began."
She continued: "I am not aware that this sign has anything to with any street gang and I 100% do not endorse any gang violence in any form."
Words: Maz Khan (@mazhalima)