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Dappy disses Kate Middleton in new song

2011-07-21 22:39
 
Los Angeles - Prince William and Catherine have had their first mention in a major rap song.

The royal couple - who married on April 29 in London's Westminster Abbey - are mentioned in No Regrets, the debut solo single by Dappy from N-Dubz.

However, Catherine may not be too happy about the lyrics as the rapper insinuates the 29-year-old beauty should be put in a "dungeon" when her sister Pippa Middleton pops round to the couple's royal abode.

Dappy says: "I'm a prince and, yes, Will got the crown / Kate stays in my dungeon when her sister's round."

William and Kate are not the only notable figures to be mentioned in the track, with US rapper Chris Brown - who was convicted of attacking his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 - late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and Virgin boss Richard Branson also given a nod.

The record continues: "I messed my life up, and yeah I've been down; I'm a changed man now, Chris Brown.

"You know I feel your pain cos I been through it / I'm Kurt Cobain, but I just couldn't do it."



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