Dua Lipa sorry for using offensive word

Singer Dua Lipa says she didn't mean to offend anyone with her cover of a song which features a racially insensitive term.

The popstar's been criticised after her 2014 version of Mila J's Smoke, Drink, Break-up resurfaced.

She's tweeted to say she "shouldn't have gone there" and "wasn't thinking it through at the time".

Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Dua Lipa was the most streamed female artist on Spotify in the UK, impressively beating the likes of Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, and Beyonce.



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