This 25 June 2017 video from England says about itself:
Glastonbury 2017: Stormzy demands justice for Grenfell Tower.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Grime king Stormzy merks May at GQ night
Thursday 7th September 2017
GRIME star Stormzy took a very public pot shot at Theresa May and joined Jeremy Corbyn on stage on Tuesday night as he won top honours at the GQ Men of the Year Awards.
The rapper was introduced by the Labour leader as “one of London’s most inspiring young men,” as he won solo artist of the year.
Stormzy said: “Big up Jeremy Corbyn,” and added that the Prime Minister was “a paigon” — which Urban Dictionary defines as “a friend that lies, betrays and isn’t true to you.”
Mr Corbyn described him as an artist who has “single-handedly ushered in a new era in British music.”
He also praised him for speaking out against racism and supporting the victims of Grenfell, while remaining “true to his roots and committed to his values.”
This video from Britain says about itself:
6 September 2017
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he would love to see Stormzy in Parliament and that the artist is “a man of his own mind” . Report by Hettie Maylam.
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