Stormzy Called Theresa May a Paigon at the GQ Awards
That's the best headline I will write all week.
Stormzy, at this point, is a bonafide national treasure. Yesterday, in the same day, he tweeted in support of the Royal College of Nurses, calling the government "little pussyholes" in the process (god bless this man honestly), and picked up the GQ Men of the Year Award for Solo Artist of the Year. Which, when you are Stormzy, is actually quite a normal day.
He was recognised at last night's GQ Men of the Year Awards as Solo Artist of the Year, which makes sense considering that every song on his year-defining, number one debut album Gang Signs and Prayer appeared in the UK Singles Chart, and also that he's up for the Mercury Prize. And when he was presented with his award by the Real Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn, he did not waste his time on the mic, calling Theresa May a 'paigon' (Jez giggles just out of shot because he's a ledge) and thanking his mum. In short, we do not deserve Stormzy.
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