Dappy sends fan expletive-filled recorded message

Dappy sends fan expletive-filled recorded message after she calls his music her 'guilty pleasure'... (as Twitter ridicules his VERY extreme reaction)

By Rebecca Davison for MailOnline

Published: 16:58 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 16:59 GMT, 8 January 2020

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Dappy is trending after sending a recorded message to a fan who DM'd him to write that his music is her 'guilty pleasure.'

Despite the unnamed female including a heart-eye emoji with her post, former N-Dubz singer Dappy, real name, Costadinos Contostavlos took offence. 

In a voice note, the 32-year-old snarled: 'Do you know what guilty pleasure means you little b****?

No Regrets? Dappy has sent an fan expletive-filled recorded message after she called his music her 'guilty pleasure'... (and Twitter has ridiculed his VERY extreme reaction)

No Regrets? Dappy has sent an fan expletive-filled recorded message after she called his music her 'guilty pleasure'... (and Twitter has ridiculed his VERY extreme reaction)

'It means something that you like that you're embarrassed about. I don't make music for it to be called that, do you understand? So f*** off man, you stupid little cow man.'

MailOnline has contacted Dappy for further comment. 

The unnamed fan sent the message to Dappy back in September but he only replied on Tuesday, two days before his new single, Splash, comes out. 

The recording was released after four-time MOBO Award winner Dappy wrote on Twitter: 'New music on Thursday.'

The unnamed fan sent the message to Dappy back in September but he only replied on Tuesday, two days before his new single, Splash, comes out

The unnamed fan sent the message to Dappy back in September but he only replied on Tuesday, two days before

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