Ed Sheeran cameo in 'GoT'causes uproar from fans

Jul 19, 2017, 00:35
Ed Sheeran cameo in 'GoT'causes uproar from fans

The fatality-filled show has claimed another victim: Ed Sheeran's Twitter account.

This isn't the first time Ed Sheeran's social media presence (or lack-thereof) has made headlines. "It's like what're we doing here?" Sheeran has been known for his love-hate relationship with Twitter.

On Instagram, in the mean time, Sheeran appeared in great spirits as he shared a photograph of him and his better half Cherry Seaborn "climbing mountains in Peru", as he inscribed it. As the rich plot unveils, new characters have been introduced, including that of #Ed Sheeran, who briefly appeared in the series to sing a song and say a few lines.

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The "Shape of You" singer previously threatened to leave the social media platform over online abuse. We're looking forward to seeing him in future period dramas; no doubt they are coming.

We don't know about Cersei Lannister but fans just don't want to see Sheeran on the show again.

Sheeran's minor speaking - and singing - role in the "Game of Thrones" premiere, "Dragonstone", received mixed to negative reviews from fans of the realm. The ratings were fantastic, setting a new high for the show, presumably owing to new fans binging Game of Thrones between seasons. "Watch out for this one, me and Lisa have a whole thing going on", he wrote alongside the picture.

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"I've actually come off Twitter completely", he explained during a radio interview in early July. Twitter's a platform for that.

All this is very understandable, on account of Twitter primarily being a place where people go to either hurl insults at each other or steal jokes from each other.

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