Ex-Celtic boss Neil Lennon keeps leaving angry notes for me, reveals neighbour Lewis Capaldi
LEWIS CAPALDI has revealed how his neighbour Neil Lennon used to leave NOTES on his car when he parked in his space.
Scottish pop star Capaldi and former Celtic manager Lennon live nearby in Glasgow’s West End.
Speaking to Garry Spence on Clyde 1, Celtic-fan Capaldi said: “I live in a flat in the West End and I’m renovating that house.
“It’s honestly the biggest stress of my life.”
He lifted the lid on how he became embroiled in a car parking ‘war’ with his neighbour Lennon.
The Northern Irishman – now managing out in Cyprus with Omonia Nicosia – had two stints as manager of the Hoops after an illustrious playing career at the club.
Capaldi said: “I parked in his space a couple of times, and I got notes on my car door.
“So, if you’re listening Neil, I apologise – just ask me to move it and I’ll move it!”
Capaldi recently drove Hoops fans wild after singing a well-known Celtic song at his gig.
He was bantering with the audience in-between songs when he claimed ‘he wasn’t even playing the piano,’ despite being sat on one in the stage.
It was then that ‘It’s a Grand Old team’ rang out up on the stage.
Capaldi, whose full interview on Clyde is aired today at 4pm, also reveals that he previously lived in a property bought on the advice of fellow singer Ed Sheeran.
He said: “That man is costing me thousands of pounds.
“I moved in, and it was an absolute tip, I hated it.”
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