Sean Paul has laughed off a suggestion he could collaborate with X Factor's Honey G, insisting he'd rather star in a KFC advert than spit lyrics with her.
Sean Paul would rather star in a KFC advert than rap with Honey G.
The 43-year-old Jamaican musician appeared on 'The X Factor' results show on Sunday (27.11.16) when he joined Clean Bandit and Anne-Marie for a performance of their number one hit single 'Rockabye' and was present to see Honey G compete against boy band 5 After Midnight in the sing-off.
After seeing Honey rap, Sean admits he would never be interested in collaborating with her, despite her huge success across the UK.
Sean was interviewed by Tom Green on The Hits Radio breakfast show during which they discussed a commercial for the fried chicken restaurant chain that he turned down and it was then suggested that he could make a single with Honey.
Speaking about Honey G's rhyming skills, Sean said: ''Um, I've always loved that rhythm ... ha ha!''
Discussing a collaboration, he added: ''Remember that ad you wanted me to do for Kentucky? I would probably do that quicker.''
Although Sean Paul doesn't have much respect for Honey G, it seems Simon disagrees with him.
The former contestant is in talks with Syco to get a record contract since leaving the programme.
She said: ''I entered 'The X Factor' because I wanted a record deal. I'm not really interested in anything else apart from getting signed to get a record deal. Obviously, with Syco, I know the team really well. We get on really well so it would be lovely to be signed by them because the relationship is already formed.''
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