Dappy has helped rescue a man's lifetime after talking him out of jumping off London's Tower Bridge.
The prior N-Dubz rapper was shooting a music video nearby when he saw quite a few police cars and ambulances arrive in the area. It was subsequently he was alerted to a 27-year-old man, who had been a lover of his, in danger on the bridge.
A source told The Sun:"Dappy was filming his new music video around Tower Bridge, but saw loads of police cars and ambulances sprinkled around. The bridge got shut off, and police asked him to leave the area.
"As he was walking away, Dappy discovered this young man shouting his name and waving frantically as he was perched precariously in an arch right above the Thames."
Dappy's girlfriend, Imani Campbell, afterwards posted a movie on Instagram that revealed him requesting the police if he could talk to the guy.
According to The Sun source, Dappy and also the guy"spent approximately 10 minutes talking, also Dappy was amazing. He informed him life was amazing, and that things would get better basically."
"As a consequence the man let medics grow up and help get off him," the source added.
The guy's sister has since reportedly achieved to Dappy to thank him for his job in talking down her brother, calling him"a complete hero".
In another post, that has been re-shared on Dappy's Instagram Story, Campbell wrote:"I genuinely feel the world sent us to this bridge so Daps could save this young man's life. The moment he recognised Daps his whole demeanour changed, we saw hope appear in his eyes...
"Daps told him his life is valuable and that he likes him... he spoke him off the bridge... the man and his family achieved and he is well and alive."
Dappy, who's currently a solo artist after leaving N-Dubz in 2011, released his new single 'Bolo' comprising Abra Cadabra last week.Updated Date: 19 June 2021, 16:50