‘X Factor UK’ Lauren Murray Shoves 4th Impact On Stage? Singer Says ‘F*ck Off?’
Lauren Murray survived the back to back elimination of “X Factor UK” but not the negative feedbacks she got after she was caught in the camera pushing one of the 4th Impact girls! She was even reportedly swore to the girls at the same time! Read on!
Lauren Murray is part of Rita Ora’s group. Alongside with Louisa Johnson, they are both branded by their mentor as one of the best contestants in the show as they have that strongest voices the “X Factor” ever had. However, we all know what will be the consequences of a rising star—Murray was bashed by many fans after she pushed one of 4th Impact’s member! Are they having some secret ill competitions right now?
According to Unreality TV, the 25-year-old contestant was targeted by many fans the night after the result’s episode of “X Factor” when “eagle-eyed fans” caught her being less than friendly to the Filipino girl group on stage.
The site noted that the contestants were all called back on the stage again to see the results of their performances and when Caz told 4th Impact, Louisa Johnson and Murray that they won’t be needing to sing again that night, the girls started to celebrate on stage.
However, when Johnson and the girl band are still jumping around, Murray, on the other hand seems to be cool about it and when one of the members of 4th Impact tries to hug her, she just shoved her away.
After a few minutes of seeing Murray allegedly showing some attitude over the group, the Twitterverse started to buzz around about the incident, she was even called a racist!
Adding on to the controversy, The Sun reported that some “amateur lip readers” even claimed that Murray said “get the f*ck off me” when she shoved Mylene’s arm. However, a representative for the show told the site that there’s no issue between the group and Murray despite what it looks like.
Moreover, even 4th Impact defended Lauren Murray saying asking people to not give bad shots about what happen as they treat each other as friends.
“Please stop telling her anything as she is our friend, we love Lauren, she’s great. She said ‘come on Ché!’, it’s not that [she swore],” the girls clarified.
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