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Dua was the most-streamed female of 2017 across the UK ahead of singing stars like Beyonce and Taylor Swift.
I have nothing but the nicest things to say about most of them . It’s normal to feel a little jealous, but there’s no point in getting too insecure because this will happen after show. If I’m in a relationship with someone, I of course want to support their career, but going to a bunch of gigs, especially ones that are late at night, can be a pretty hearty time commitment. Speaking as one of those people, it takes awhile to develop thick skin. This is another fact: unless he and his bandmates are explicitly sober, they’re going to be around alcohol and probably drugs, too, and oftentimes getting it for free. This is a saying from my friend, our former “Mind Of Man” columnist John De Vore.
Don’t take my swearing-off musicians as a warning, per se. They have intense relationships with their band mates that will be more important to them than the relationship they have with you. It’s a wonder anyone in a band has time for a romantic relationship given how much time they spend bickering with each other over big egos, women, money, and God knows what else. So handle with care: the sweet, sensitive guy who writes you love songs is also going to be sensitive about that nasty Pitchfork commenter. Your musician boo may not write songs about you, exactly, but about your relationship or love in general.
On the contrary, my loss is your gain — the more for you! Whether it’s an all-out Axl Rose and Slash situation or more of a slow-simmering Keith Richards and Mick Jagger resentment, band bros have more drama than the “Real Housewives” cast.
Singer Dua admitted she should never have 'gone there' when she made a public apology for using the racist slur in the recording of her song.'In relation to my 2014 cover I never meant to offend or upset anyone,' she addressed her fans on Twitter.'I didn't say the full word but I can admit I shouldn't have gone there at all and that a different word could've been record altogether to avoid offence and confusion.' (sic)On reflection, the songstress revealed she wished she had 'thought it through' as she will 'always stand up for social justice' in the second tweet.'I wasn't thinking it through at the time ...
I always stand up for social justice and I am very sorry to anyone that I have offended x' (sic)The Bad Together hitmaker released her debut album in June 2017 which sky-rocketed in the charts.