Uhoh Tulisa, looks like you're about to be sat on the naughty step.
Our fave female member of N-Dubz (not that it's hard to choose, tbh) better be ready to face a raging Dappy after she said that she’s not a fan of their latest single, Girls.
Chatting to MTV before the trio head Stateside to try and crack the Yank music market, the London glamourpuss revealed that when she first heard the song, she didn't like it. What's more, Tul' says "it's still not one of my favourite songs on the album." Ouch.
The song, which features Dappy rapping about being a bit of a bad lad and 'not faling in love with women' also comes with a music video that 50 Cent would be proud of. Featuring the Dapster on a golden throne dripping with jewelled bling, the vid' serves up an extra-large portion of scantily-clad lovelies dancing around the cheeky chappie. Maybe Tulisa's got a point - forget Girls, ever heard of Girl Power, Daps? CHeck out the video for yourself...
However, Tulisa explained her moaning by saying: "Best Behaviour was more my thing, which is what I chose to have as the first single, but Dappy got to have Girls. So even in the band there's a difference to what we all like." And isn't that exactly why we love 'em? N-Dubz without their arguments would be the Bieber without his fringe. So. Wrong.
Whatever she says, it seems that the N-Dubz massive don’t exactly agree with her: Girls hurtled into this week's singles charts at a very tidy number 23 and latest album Love. Live. Life made the number seven position. Boom.
We wouldn' Say It's Over just yet Tulisa, eh?
Do you guys agree with Tulisa? Do you think N-Dubz could have done better or is Girls topping your Crimbo party playlists? Let us know.