Dani Dyer ’embarrassed’ by West Ham fans singing about ‘sex life’ with Bowen

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Dani Dyer has reportedly been left 'embarrassed' after West Ham fans started chanting about her apparent sex life with their club's forward Jarrod Bowen.

The former Love Island winner and Bowen appear to be romantically engaged after he was seen leaving her flat recently.

When it became apparent the pair were dating, Hammers fans were quick to pick up on the news and debuted a rude song in the Premier League match against Everton.

The lyrics of “Bowen's on fire and he’s sh***ing Dani Dyer” rung round Goodison Park and have since been brought to the London Stadium during the derby win over Tottenham.

The chant's rise to prominence has been noted by Dani – and she's believed to be concerned her lifelong West Ham supporting Dad, Danny, could soon hear it as well.

Via The Sun, 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.”

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Bowen, 24, had assisted Angelo Ogbanna's winning goal against the Toffees which prompted the song to be sung for the first time.

He wasn't involved in the Hammers' Europa League victory over Genk last week, so it emerged again against Spurs on Sunday.

The away fans reportedly also chanted about Dyer, but their's was much ruder than what the home fans were singing.

Danny, the Eastenders actor, is a devoted fan of David Moyes' side.

When the team made it into the top four last season, he even went as far as to rank the moment above the birth of his grandchild, Dani's son Santiago.

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.”

Daily Star Sport has approached Dyer's representatives for a response.

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