Malique Thompson-Dwyer boasts he ‘won’t flop’ in the bedroom in cringe rap

Celebs Go Dating star Malique Thompson-Dwyer, 22, left E4 viewers cringing at their TVs after he boasted about his apparent bedroom ability on his date with brunette beauty Alisha.

The actor admitted he didn't fully enjoy his time on Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks before telling his date that he is also a rapper.

Looking shocked, Alisha asked Malique to show off his self-proclaimed skills.

The I'm A Celeb star promptly stood up and began an original rap in which he crudely boasted about his bedroom skills.

Pointing down at his manhood, Malique bluntly rapped: "I ain't gonna flop/ Straight hard."

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The hunk then cheekily poked out his tongue as Alisha laughed away.

Taking to Twitter to express their shock, one viewer fumed: "Malique is all about f****** women and only bothered about getting his d*** wet. Not the type of person that should be on a dating show."

Another added: "I won’t flop… Mate, you sound like a proper danger."

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"Malique, stop. Just stop," a third begged.

Speaking to camera after Alisha went home, Malique said: "I think the date went pretty well.

"I wanted to carry on the second date and you know…"

He added: "I want to see if it is not just lust.

"I feel like we get on really well."

Last week Malique told viewers how he can't get enough of feet.

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Opening up on his foot fetish, the outgoing lad said: "Can I just say I was very drunk. I'm not drunk now, I do love feet. I'm not going to lie.

"I was quite nervous coming onto the show but I enjoyed myself a little bit too much.

"I think the drink helped me out a lot. I think if I was sober I would've handled it a lot different but I was in the mood."

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