Angel Haze says hook-up apps Tinder and Grindr lead to "disgusting, nasty sex"

Rapper describes online dating as "instantaneous" and "so gross"

Angel Haze says hook-up apps Tinder and Grindr lead to "disgusting, nasty sex"

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Angel Haze has described her distaste for online dating.

The rapper described hook-up apps Tinder and Grindr as being "so gross".

Writing on Noisey, the rapper explained: "You have Grindr and Tinder; where you’re clicking on someone and deciding if you want to fuck them in five seconds, going to their hotel, and having disgusting, nasty sex. It all happens so fast. It’s so instantaneous."

Haze went on to discuss her own experiences of being in love, and also the problems caused by trying to date on tour, explaining that even though her label will fly dates to meet her, this often leads to them feeling like "cheap whores".

Last year, Haze leaked her debut album 'Dirty Gold' as a "warning to her record label", telling them not to interfere with her career.

She put the album online in December, forcing an official release later the same month. The LP was due to drop in March of this year (2014), but Haze wanted to release it in the same year as it was finished.

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