Saturday 20 January 2018

Chipmunk deals with fans' attention

Chipmunk has learnt to cope with attention from female fans
Chipmunk has learnt to cope with attention from female fans

Chipmunk has admitted it has taken time for him to get used to his newfound fame.

The London-born rapper - who had to take a break from touring and promotional work last year after posting disturbing messages on Twitter - said the constant attention by girl fans could be "weird" but he had learnt to be polite to them.

"It's weird learning to deal with girls throwing themselves at you, it's so surreal - I've always been popular with the ladies, but the first thing to remember is to have manners at all times," he told Zoo.

"These girls are fans so I can't be rude, no matter how rude they want to be with me! I don't know where they get their confidence from - they'll say anything to get your attention - but I don't want to end up in the tabloids after someone sells their story!"

Chipmunk, real name Jahmaal Noel Fyffe, said he would never date a celebrity or a fan because he's too worried about kiss-and-tells.

"I don't mind coming out of a nightclub with a Sugababe and having my picture taken, but it's made me realise I couldn't be in a celebrity relationship," he said.

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