Lily Allen‘s Twitter account polices the internet more rigorously than any government authority. The outspoken Brit’s latest target is music magazine NME. Their crime? Reporting that the Sheezus diva googles herself daily. “You can fuck off too,” she fumed. “Click baiting sensationalists. You’re a music themed MailOnline, minus the readership, at best.”
Ouch! While I’m usually here for Lily’s fiery antics (her beef with Azealia Banks was the stuff of legend), NME was just reporting what she said in an interview with BBC Radio 1. “I’m not going to lie,” the “Air Balloon” hitmaker told DJ Greg James. “I google myself daily.” I’m sure most celebrities do. What’s the big deal? Anyway, see the messy Twitter exchange after the jump.
@NME you can fuck off too. Click baiting sensationalists. You're a music themed MailOnline, minus the readership, at best.
— Lily Allen (@lilyallen) May 30, 2014
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