UK group N-Dubz appeared on the Chris Moyles early morning breakfast show on Tuesday and asked listeners to text their views on their latest single Playing With Fire.
One listener (Chloe) was honest with the group and said she didn’t like the track.
But group member Dappy took exception to Cleo’s honesty and being the “bad man” that he is called her after the show….
Via The Mail Online
The BBC was last night facing a fresh obscene phone scandal after a Radio 1 listener was subjected to a torrent of abuse.
The female listener, known only as Chloe, texted the station to say she did not like a song by urban music act N-Dubz, who were guests on the Chris Moyles Show.
A member of the band retaliated by copying her number and ringing her back, before leaving an abusive voicemail containing several swear words.
Dappy, who made the call, last night apologised for his actions and claimed he called her because he was ‘angry’.
Dappy last night issued a statement, saying: ‘I totally apologise to Chloe.
‘I called her in the heat of the moment when I was angry, but that is no excuse for my behaviour. I’m genuinely sorry. I’d also like to send my sincerest apologies to Radio 1.’
BBC bosses are now investigating why he was allowed near the computer screen listing listeners’ personal details, and able to break data protection laws by copying it down.
What a wasteman! A wasteman who is at that point in his career where he is actually starting to believe the hype.
Dappy if you cannot take/accept criticism then you need to take your backside out of the music game.
Do you actually believe that everyone likes your music???
The man is cruising for one almighty reality check!
Dappy lost his mind over this “masterpiece”.
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