West Ham fans chanted Dani Dyer’s X-rated song as she did a lap of the pitch with Jarrod Bowen on Sunday.
The Hammers beat Leeds 3-1 in their last home game of the season. David Moyes’ side came from a goal down to net three as Bowen registered a goal and an assist for Declan Rice’s volley.
West Ham's stars remained on the pitch after the game, where they were joined by their families for a lap of honour while soaking in the London Stadium atmosphere.
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Bowen and pregnant Dyer were then serenaded with the crude fan-favourite chant of "Bowen's on fire, and he's "s****ing Dani Dyer", which had also been belted out after the team beat AZ Alkmaar to progress to the Europa Conference League final.
Luckily, the chant was received well as Bowen hilariously danced along to the lyrics.
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Dyer, who is expecting identical twins with Bowen, later took to Instagram to share a picture of the couple on the pitch to her 3.6million followers.
"Last home game of the season. So proud of you & love you always,” she captioned the post.
One fan commented that he “felt for her” having to hear the crude chants during the lap of appreciation, but Dani replied: “Oh I don’t mind,” along with laughing face emojis.
Hammers fans quickly came up with the chant after it emerged in late 2021 that Bowen was dating former Love Island winner Dani, who was reportedly embarrassed after first hearing it.
It was feared it wouldn't go down well with her legendary actor dad and vehement West Ham fan, Danny Dyer – but he's since come out and described it as "quite sweet" having joined in with it himself.
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