Ed Sheeran sings and chats with kids impacted by the West Africa Ebola breakout in 2014. Watch..


Ed Sheeran teamed up with a West London radio show and stars of the People Just Do Nothing mockumentary for a Red Nose Day bit for U.K. charity Comic Relief. Despite the Sheeran's success with his new album Divide, the KuruptFM dudes weren’t too thrilled to be in his presence.

In the preview clip of their collaboration, KuruptFM member Chabuddy G had told his buddies that they were about to work with one of the biggest urban artists in the world. So when the rest of the crew realized he was talking about the flannel-clad, ginger-haired Sheeran, they seemed to feel a little misled. “He’s ginger, that’s the whitest you could get,” one of the guys says. “End of the spectrum.” “I’m still a minority?” Sheeran suggests, with Chabuddy adding, “Ginger lives matter.” The skit was a comedy sketch that will be part of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day on March 24th.

Sheeran also visited a village in Liberia as part of his 2017 Red Nose Day contribution. In a tear-jerking video, Sheeran sings and chats with kids who had been impacted by the West Africa Ebola breakout in 2014. Watch....



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