Video of Craig David performing on random London bus labelled FAKE as the ‘set-up’ clip goes viral

CRAIG David is under fire today after claims that a video showing the singer performing on a random London bus is a set-up PR stunt.

The 36-year-old retweeted a video captioned, “This mans an absolute legend – @CraigDavid hops on a random bus in London today and starts performing.

“Look how happy he makes everyone.”

The tweet came from Nathan Dawe, a Twitter verified “Multi-genre DJ” – his account is followed by Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt.

Craig said: “Thanks for the love mate – the amazing passengers made the trip for me.”

Some fans are suggesting the video is a “PR stunt” and the whole thing is a “fake”.

One user Tweeted: “I’d defo say it’s fake, all quite young to know who he is, dressed well and also behaving themselves.

“How many times [have you] seen a bus without old people, baby’s prams and shopping trolleys?”

One user fired back: “How did I know I’d find you here.”

Another added: “No one had their mobile phone out too – which is bizarre!

“If Craig David randomly got on my bus, I’m getting out my phone in 0.5 seconds flat.”

On Facebook, one user called the bus a “market research bus”, they said: “Omg Craig, I was suppose to be on that market research bus today but unfortunately [couldn’t] make it, I’m so gutted.”

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