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13 April 2012, 14:09
The 'Messy Little Raindrops' singer has posted rap lyrics on the website after fake song lyrics were leaked online.
Cheryl Cole has posted a short rap on Twitter after fake lyrics to her brand new song 'Call My Name' apparently appeared online.
The 'Parachute' singer uploaded the rap on Wednesday evening (11th April), ahead of the single's official premiere later this month.
"My response to popillian's silly song," Cheryl tweeted. "So u and the soldiers are reading yours and laughing bet they didn't think that I would come back rapping."
"Oh no dear little popillian got yourself convinced that your one in 2 million," she continues. "Thought you were so funny when you called my name, trying to put a beard on my face what a shame.
"I hope you didn't think I'd just sit their and take it? That would go against all the strength I used to make it. Bet it took u all your day just to write it and tryna get your facebook friends just to like it."
"There's a little something that I think you should know thought, it took me only 5 to write this mf solo," Cheryl writes to conclude the playful rap. "I will leave you with this before I do go though, one word for you and your side kick and that's YOLO."
The '3 Words' singer unveiled several brand new pictures from the recently wrapped video shoot for 'Call My Name' earlier this week, after filming the promo in Los Angeles last weekend.
Cheryl Cole has also been named one of the highest earning young musicians in the UK in 2012.