In an interview with music magazine Clash, he referred to himself as a "proper little s***" during his school days and was "excluded from school every week".

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” On July 10 2017 an Irish newspaper used a picture of Stormzy instead of Manchester United’s new signing Romelu Lukaku.

The Grime star took to Twitter after The Herald mixed the two men up writing: “I don’t find none of this funny btw.” Stormzy, 23, who was wearing a branded top from his favourite team Man U in the picture, added: “Don’t wanna sound like the party pooper who missed the joke…” The Irish paper replied to the performer: “Sincere apologies, we don’t think it’s funny either.” In an apology on their website Alan Steenson, Herald Editor wrote: “Hands up, we got it badly wrong.

that’s just an honour." In 2015 he went on to win MOBO's Best Male Act and Best Grime Act awards.

At the 2017 MOBO Awards he swept the boards with THREE gongs.

“They are considering lots of different options, all reflected in the trademark ­document they have registered.

There is scope for him to design clothing and also beauty products.” He also released a short film to go alongside current album Gang Signs & Prayers.

Stormzy slammed cops for a series of raids ahead of the Notting Hill carnival.

He accused police of targeting “black events” after the force made nearly 300 arrests before the Afro-Caribbean celebration in west London.

Stormzy was born as Michael Omari and grew up in Croydon, London Born Michael Omari, he chose the performing name of Stormzy simply because it "sounded really cool".

Speaking to Live Mag UK back in 2014, he revealed: "I think God puts names in my head, like, ‘Wicked Skengman’.

Stormzy hit out over a Metropolitan Police tweet which revealed officers had seized a kilo of heroin in Catford, south east London.