There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back Shawn Mendes
4 July 2012, 07:20
The X Factor judge tells fans it's a "shame" she is not around to "control" her N-Dubz bandmate.
Tulisa Contostavlos and N-Dubz band mate Dappy staged a war of words on Twitter last night (3rd July) following the release of the rapper's new song 'Tarzan 2 (I'm Coming'.
The 'Young' singer said she didn't "condone" Dappy for the content of his track, which takes aim at several musicians and Simon Cowell,
She tweeted: "Just puttin it out there..dont involve me in dappy's latest hype, I don't condone it in anyway.N its a shame I'm not around 2 control him.."
Another post, which has since been deleted, read: "I told u hes a nut,I dealt wid this 4 13 years.I just hope people realise hes simply lost his mind since B's death..that's all,4 his sake."
After reading the comments the 'No Regrets' star responded: "i just wanna say, i will always back ANYTHING u do....Love u T...#BLOODSTHICKERTHANWATER xx.
He then added the message: "ow why would u say that,,,i cant believe u T...Why would u say this about my work..Just so u can keep cool with your xf job."
You can view a picture of the pair when they hung out in Ibiza recently below: (Picture: Twitter)
"Sad really....Guess im on my own again......F*** x factor," he finished.
The artists recently met up together in Ibiza and Tulisa posted a shot of the pair hanging out and stated the group would be getting back together in 2013 once they had all completed solo albums.
The artist were involved in a similar feud on the social networking site earlier this year when Tulisa claimed Dappy was the reason the group split-up.
Meanwhile, Dappy recently released the tracklising and artwork for his debut album 'Bad Intentions' which will be released in September.