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Saturday 31 January 2015

Tulisa abused over Niall Horan pic

Tulisa Contostavlos' picture with Niall Horan angered some One Direction fans
Tulisa Contostavlos' picture with Niall Horan angered some One Direction fans

Tulisa Contostavlos has been bombarded with online abuse after she shared a picture of herself with Niall Horan.

The N-Dubz star and former X Factor judge posted a snap on Instagram of herself dressed up as a princess with the One Direction star as Prince Charming as they both attended singer Rochelle Humes' fancy dress birthday party.

But it seems the image didn't go down well with some of the boy band's fans, who responded with abusive messages.

Tulisa's image showed her in Niall's arms, with the words: "As If my little muffin turned up as Prince Charming looooool #bruddafromanothermother."

It triggered a series of foul-mouthed tweets, and one person even wrote: "I'm digging her grave."

Another tweet reportedly said: "Get your chav hands off Niall or DIE!"

However, others told upset fans to calm down.

Tulisa later pointed out that she and the singer are just friends, reported the Mail Online.

She apparently responded: "Listen crazy b****** Niall is my home boy from day, won't take abuse off u [sic] nutta's so pip the f*** down kids #wejustfriends."

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