DAPPY has launched another foul-mouthed rant at a fan - branding a mum a “fat, ugly pig” after she she LIKED his new song.
The former N-Dubz rapper - real name Costadinos Contostavlos - became furious when mum-of-one Jade Easthope described his new single Splash as a “guilty pleasure”.
After spotting the 26-year-old mum's Tweet, Dappy's Twitter account privately messaged the mum.
It blasted: “Unfollow me now, please. I don’t want you following me. If not I will block you.”
After Jade asked why he was angry the account replied: “See now f**k off you fat ugly pig.
"Forget about me, stop mentioning me, shut the f**k up.
"My music hates you, you ugly, fat s**t. Listen, f**k you and your guilty pleasure b******t.
“Fat b***h blocked.”
Jade, of Doncaster, South Yorks, added: “I’m 26 with a little boy, so it isn’t the kind of music I would play in front of him.
“It’s more one I would listen to with headphones in, which was why I said it was a guilty pleasure.”
Jade’s post, which apparently provoked Dappy’s vile outburst, was just the fourth tweet she had ever made.
“I was really shocked,” she said.
“I was pretty taken aback by what he said - given he went from zero to a thousand within seconds.
“I’m quite thick-skinned, but if it was someone who is easily offended then you don’t know what might have happened.
“They could have taken a drastic turn based on what he said.
“I’m never listening to Dappy or N-Dubz again.”
This is the second time in a month where the rapper has turned on one of his fans.
Three weeks ago he was accused of calling 21-year-old Ellana Prior a “little b***h” through a voice note on Instagram, when she also innocently described his new song as a ‘guilty pleasure.’
He said: "Do you know what guilty pleasure means you little b****?" he said.
"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."
It prompted dozens of people to spam the singer with guilty pleasure posts.
And in 2010 Dappy sent death threats to a BBC Radio 1 listener after she complained that Dappy was “vile” and a “little boy with a silly hat”.
Dappy is also no stranger to having brushes with the law.
Back in 2017, Dappy received a suspended jail sentence for being armed with a knife during a row with his partner Imani Campbell.
That May he was arrested on suspicion of hitting a woman with a tennis racket and making threats with a knife.
He pleaded guilty to knife possession but not guilty to common assault.
The Sun Online has reached out to Dappy for comment.
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