DANI Dyer has been left mortified after discovering that football fans have started singing a chant about her dating West Ham player Jarrod Bowen.
HOAR recently revealed that the £18million West Ham winger struck up a friendship with Love Island star Dani, 25, earlier this year, which soon turned into a romance much to the delight of life-long Hammers fan dad Danny.
The news has struck a chord with footy fans, who have started singing about her when Jarrod is on the pitch.
During yesterday’s match with Totthenham, away fans targeted Jarrod by chanting a very rude song about Dani.
Even home fans have picked up on the romance, but have been slightly kinder, singing: “Bowens on fire and he’s sh***ing Dani Dyer.”
A source said: “Dani is really embarrassed about the whole thing. Her dad Danny is of course a huge West Ham fan so she hates the idea that he has to hear about her when he watches the games.
“She understands Jarrod will get a bit of ribbing, but it’s too much when they are singing about her sex life.”
Jarrod is mum-of-one Dani’s first boyfriend since her ex Sammy Kimmence was jailed for 42 months after scamming OAPs out of £34,000.
Jarrod joined West Ham from Hull City in 2020 on a reported £60,000-a-week and quickly put himself on England boss Gareth Southgate’s radar and just missed out on selection this week.
He has scored ten goals in 58 appearances and, although he has netted only once with one assist so far this season, he has been praised for his high-energy performances.
Manager David Moyes has called him the fittest player in the squad.
Danny — Mick Carter in the BBC soap — has been a Hammers supporter since first visiting their old Upton Park ground as a youngster.
He was so delighted when his team, now playing at The London Stadium, made it into the top four that it even seemed to overshadow his first grandson Santiago’s birth that week.
Following the 3-2 win over Crystal Palace, he wrote on Instagram: “I think I can safely say that having my first beautiful grandson was the second best thing to happen to me this week.
“Come on you f***ing Irons.”