DAPPY FROM NDUBZ LOL!!!

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You'd think that those in the limelight would be well equipped to deal with criticism. Yet it seems that N-Dubz rapper Dappy has yet to grow a thick skin. The 22-year-old sent death threats to a woman in Boston, Lincolnshire, after she sent a text in to the Chris Moyles show, complaining that he was "vile" and "a little boy with a silly hat".

Dappy, whose real name is Costas Dinos Contostavlos, responded to Chloe Moody's text by stealing her phone number from the studio and texting her the message: "Your gonna die. U sent a very bad msg towards Ndubz on The Chris Moyels show yesterday Morning and for that reason u will never be left alone!!! u say sorry I will leave u alone u ****." N-Dubz appeared on the Radio 1 show on Tuesday.

Moody claimed that she continued to receive messages after declining to apologise, one of which said: "u dum f****** ***head u can call me names over the radio but when I call u direct u chicken out u punk!nana f****** niii, Dappy." (As reported by the Sun, we assume asterisks are not Dappy's own).

Moody told the newspaper: "It's terrifying when anybody sends you a death threat, whether it's real or not. Somebody of a fragile mind would be worrying what they were going to do. His behaviour is unprofessional. I'm considering going to the police."

N-Dubz are a London-based trio who have released two Top 10, platinum-selling albums in the last two years. Dappy also featured on Tinchy Stryder's song Number 1, which went to the top of the UK singles chart last year.

The band were at the centre of controversy last year after they were questioned as witnesses following an alleged incident of sexual assault in Butlins, Skegness. None of the band members were charged in relation to the incident and a spokesperson said they were "100% not involved".

Dappy has since apologised for yesterday's incident, saying: "I sent the messages to her in the heat of the moment when I was angry, but that is no excuse." He also offered to make a donation to a charity of Moody's choice.

The BBC apologised for their role in the incident, explaining: "He must have taken the number down from the production team's text console in the studio. We were unaware of this but will ensure it doesn't happen again."
The bit in bold made me cringe.
 

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I hope this kills his career. I really do. Anything to stop that shite music from polluting everyone's ears
 

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I would suggest he belongs in the boxes gallery, but that would be offensive to our friends with learning difficulties.

To think certain youts idolise & look up to this complete & utter cretionous waste of Oxygen, is very worrying to me.
 

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Get ready for a vicious dose of irony:

Last November, Dappy joined Schools Secretary Ed Balls to launch a Government campaign against "cyber-bullying" over mobile phones and the internet.

At the time, Mr Balls welcomed the release of an N-Dubz track called "RU Cyber Safe" as part of anti-bullying week and hailed the group as "great ambassadors" in the fight against bullies.
:D @ Ed Balls
 

dnb in ya face

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Hes a fucking tosser aint he. He's like a 13 year old chav hanging outside Tesco.

How people look up to him and shit I'll never know. What a cunt. Plus their music is worse than an aids riden river in Madagascar.

He is about as useful as the Pope's bollocks
 

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if i got a message form that jumped up little cunt i wouldnt be able to resist not textin back, i would be textin stuff that would make the tit cry to his mother...

Costas Dinos Contostavlos LOL
 
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