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5 July 2013, 09:18 | Updated: 5 July 2013, 09:21
The 'Screw You' singer posted a lengthy message calling out a journalist for an "incredibly inaccurate" article.
Cheryl Cole has posted a lengthy tirade on Twitter after becoming infuriated by a negative comment piece written about her in this week's Daily Mirror.
The 'Call My Name' singer took to her Twitter account to address the article by journalist Polly Hudson, titled 'Cheryl Cole would be much happier if she'd never become famous'.
The article describes Cheryl's recent birthday celebrations in Las Vegas as "the most depressing 30th birthday in the history of celebrations", criticising her for bringing along her mother, brother and Girls Aloud stars Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts, and refers to Cheryl as "Cheryl Nosurname".
"Meow. Who exactly was my party depressing for? Yourself? Sitting behind your little computer watching Instagram.. aww!!" Cheryl posted in a lengthy message about the article. "Well I don't really know where to start with this one I have to say!
"Cats got my tongue (no pun intended) I am actually dumbfounded reading your nasty bitter horrible incredibly inaccurate and misinformed article!" the 'Under The Sun' singer continued. "You literally have NO correct detail other than the 4 or 5 people you were able to identify from the "Instagram" pictures! Really?!! Smh. It's embarrassing.
Check out a picture of Cheryl Cole on her birthday night out with Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts below (Credit: Instagram):
"I have no idea why or where your nastiness has suddenly come from as you have only ever kissed my a**e yo my face," Cheryl explained. "I won't bother myself with handing you any correct information or facts as I feel that is a part of YOUR job you seriously need to work on."
"Ps Pollynopals It's Lady Cheryl no surname to you!!" Cheryl added.
Cheryl's message follows a similar incident earlier this week in which Professor Green and Lily Allen hit out at a journalist working at the Sunday People for articles written about them.
Cheryl Cole was reportedly treated by Simon Cowell for her birthday to a piece of land in the Scottish Highlands along with the official title of 'Lady'.