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Music

Web Desk
April 15, 2018

Ed Sheeran negates rumours of making walls around his house to keep homeless away

Music

Web Desk
Sun, Apr, 18

LONDON: Famed singer Ed Sheeran has dismissed a report published in a British daily that stated that he is building railings around his house to keep homeless people away.

The original report suggested that the 'Shape of You' singer was planning to construct a five-foot set of railings in front of his London residence to ‘keep out the homeless’.

Ed took to his official Instagram, refuting the claims made by the report, clearing further that he has done a lot of charity work for people experiencing homelessness.

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He further added that the the reason to (build railings) 'was to keep the paps (paparazzi) that you employ from being on my doorstep,” wrote Ed addressing the writer of the report.