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Cheryl is having absolutely none of false claims from newspapers about her and Liam Payne's relationship

Over it.

CHERYL TWEEDY PUT to rest any rumours surrounding Liam Payne with a simple tweet.

Brit Awards 2018 - Arrivals - London Source: Ian West

Earlier this week, it was reported thjat Liam enjoyed a “cosy night” with a “Cheryl lookalike” and another “mystery woman”.

Jokes on them though, because one of them is engaged and the other one is CHERYL’S MANAGER. Awkward.

Tweet by @Cheryl Source: Cheryl/Twitter

I usually don’t bother myself to respond to stupid articles. But in my silence they hold the pen.
This is a stupid article, clutching at very small straws. But I can’t ignore this story involving an innocent dancer colleague of Liam’s who has a fiancé, and dragging them in to this desperate attempt to try to cause problems between Liam and I.
Nor do I understand the almost daily onslaught of stories. The other “mystery woman” in the story happens to be my long term friend and manager (that’s embarrassing).”

She also reiterated her love for singer Katy Perry, after fans went mad over a photo Liam shared of the pair.

Good luck tonight @katyperry 💥

A post shared by Liam Payne (@liampayne) on

She followed up by saying: “Oh and you can save yourselves from “Cheryl hits back” blah blah articles [...] honestly No… one… cares!”

Safe to assume she’s probably not reading this then.

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