Lewis Capaldi explains why he's been kicked off Tinder
He ended up joining an alternative site, but admitted it was "way beyond" anything he was expecting.
Singer song-writer Lewis Capaldi hasn't had the easiest time with online dating, after revealing that he got booted out of a number of platforms.
The Hold Me While You Wait singer recently opened up about his foray into the world of apps during an appearance on the Diary of a CEO podcast.
"I've just been kicked off Tinder because people think I'm fake," he said. "I've been kicked off Bumble, Tinder and Hinge."
He went on to share that he was encouraged to join another dating platform, however, this one turned out to be geared towards people who are interested in BDSM, and it wasn't exactly Lewis' thing.
"Someone told me to go on this one called Feeld and I go on it and it's so sexual, it's unbelievable."
He added: "It's all about kinds and BDSM and I'm like, this is way beyond anything I'm tuned in for."
According to Feeld's official website, the app pitches itself as being for open-minded people to meet other open-minded people.
"Feeld is a dating app for exploration, curiosity and pleasure," the official description reads. It also allows both single people and couples to join.
Earlier this week, Lewis opened up about his Tourette's diagnosis.
He told The Sun: "I have been diagnosed with Tourette’s.
"I wanted to speak about it because I didn’t want people to think I was taking cocaine or something.
"My shoulder twitches when I am excited, happy, nervous or stressed. It is something I am living with."
He also explained that he is being treated with Botox injections to freeze muscles to try to control the tics characteristic of Tourette’s.
Additionally, in an Instagram Live session, he told his fans that he is "learning new ways to cope" with his condition all the time.