Ed Sheeran dedicated a drug addict inspired song to David Cameron

2014-10-01 17:00

LosAngeles - Ed Sheeran once dedicated a song about a crack-addicted prostitute to David Cameron at a house party.

The 23-year-old singer paid tribute to the British Prime Minister by performing his 2011 hit The A Team - which was inspired by a drug addict after the star visited a homeless shelter - while playing a gig at a guy's home.

Speaking at an #AmazonFrontRow Q&A in central London on Tuesday, he said: "I met David Cameron really randomly, and it wasn't in a meet and greet situation in 10 Downing Street.

"I was doing this gig at a guy's house and he turned up, fair play. But they stopped the gig and, in this very intimate environment, he was like, 'I'm so happy that you are here Ed, and obviously David Cameron is here, so would you like to dedicate something to him?'"

"But all I had left to sing was The A Team so I had to dedicate that to him. That was interesting."

So here it is, Ed's special dedication:

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