Ed Sheeran got hammed and hit Justin Bieber in the face with a golf club

Ed Sheeran is even making ‘drive safe’ marketing campaigns for his new album, after the controversy of his “driving at 90” lyric in Castle On The Hill.

He put up the signs in his home county of Suffolk after Sgt Chris Harris from Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing had previously tweeted asking for drivers to slow down on Suffolk roads.

Sheeran reacted, saying: “I’m not encouraging speeding at all, I’m just singing it in a song.”

Speaking to the BBC, Sheeran cheekily suggested: “I don’t think it specifically says miles per hour. It could be kilometres per hour.”

2017 is certainly going to be Ed Sheeran’s year by the looks of things!

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