Tinie Tempah hit it off with topless model Nicole Neal when they partied together in Berlin earlier this week.
Tinie Tempah has hit it off with a topless model.
The 'Trampoline' rapper was seen partying with Blonde Nicole Neal - famous for modelling on Page Three of British newspapers - in Berlin, Germany, on Monday (09.09.13) at the launch of Dr. Dre's latest model of headphones.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Since Tinie hit the big time he's not had many opportunities to get close to the Page 3 girls.
''But himself and Nicole couldn't keep their hands off each other and weren't bothered who saw.
''They were flirting all night and posed for photos together and with Nicole's mates. The girls had their own table which Tinie and his DJ mate Axwell sauntered over to.
''They hit it off immediately and Nicole hopes to see him again. She's single and thought Tinie was a lovely bloke.''
Tinie, 24, was later pictured with Nicole and model Stephanie Lincoln and former Miss England Hammasa Kohistani enjoying themselves at the event.
He obviously left a lasting impression on Nicole, who, on Tuesday morning (10.09.13), posted on Twitter: ''This morning is a morning to remember'' alongside a sexy pic of herself.
She also later posted: ''Berlin has made me crazy! I'm continuously hyped up.''
Tinie has previously told how he used to cut out and keep pictures of topless babes from newspapers when he was younger.
In 2011 he told how his flat is full of clippings, explaining: ''I'm never there and it's dusty as hell. Half the stuff is The Sun newspapers. I've kept so many because of the Page 3 girls I've fancied. I wanted to keep all the issues.''
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