Rapper Stormzy has donated £500,000 to the Black Heart Foundation to help fund the education of students from disadvantaged backgrounds
BBC Children in Need has announced plans to match Stormzy’s £10m pledge to help combat racial inequality in the UK
Music star Stormzy is set to donate £10 million over the next 10 years to organisations and charities tackling racial inequality.
The 21-year-old rapper and Top Boy star did not hold back as he performed an acoustic version of his track Black.
The 'Big For Your Boots' hitmaker took to Twitter and Instagram to explain how the 'ongoing health and travel' fears have derailed his plans.
The grime star said he remembers 'indulging in everything a young black kid in South London does'.
The grime star said: "If you told someone to write a list as to why you hate Meghan Markle... there’s nothing credible to it."
The 'Vossi Bop' hitmaker defended himself after the 40-year-old rapper accused him of being 'Pagan'.
The UK rapper argued that he simply "replied truthfully" when asked about the prime minister.
The rapper called for the MP to resign in a furious Twitter tirade, as he dubbed Jacob Rees-Mogg as "the scummiest".
The 'Castle On The Hill' singer earned more than 'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe and Harry Style combined.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn wished grime artist Stormzy luck ahead of his headline performances at Glastonbury this weekend.
The Shut Up rapper was due to headline Snowbombing Festival, but has pulled out after an incident between festival security and his management.
Stormzy closed the Brit Awards with a politically-charged performance, taking aim at Theresa May’s handling of the Grenfell tower disaster, institutionalised racism and the Daily Mail.