Sheeran gives an interview to Time Out Hong Kong. He discusses talking to the media, the Brit Awards, and fame.
[talking to the media] is not too bad in places like Hong Kong, because people are very polite and not dinky [cheeky]. But in England, I’ve just learned to not trust journalists. I just found I was really pally with some of them, and we’d go out for drinks every now and then. And for the first four months there’d be no stories and then every now and then, something would pop up. I’ve just learned not to do it. Everything becomes a quote.