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Stormzy at the Brit Awards: 'Yo, Theresa May, where's the money for Grenfell?'

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After winning two of the night’s biggest awards, the south London MC expressed dismay over the aftermath of the Grenfell disaster and castigated the Daily Mail. Stormzy delivered a verbal attack on Theresa May in a show-closing freestyle performance, asking the prime minister, ‘Theresa May, where’s the money for Grenfell?’, adding that the government ‘just forgot about Grenfell, you criminals, and you got the cheek to call us savages, you should do some jail time, you should pay some damages, we should burn your house down and see if you can manage this.’
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Date: November 9, 2019

32 thoughts on “Stormzy at the Brit Awards: 'Yo, Theresa May, where's the money for Grenfell?'

  1. And still no one has any clue where the millions of tax payer money has gone. Come on, don't drop the story, people are involved that need to be remembered for how they cheap cost cutting ways cost lives. People need to go to prison. Someone said yes…fit it… knowing it was poor cheaper quality. How many people still live in hotel's because the government/council won't re-home them in London? London council across the board are clearing out the poor and you know it, because of the prices of these houses and worth more than the people that live in them.

  2. YO, STORMZY (STORMZY? WTF LOL) NO MONEY LEFT. ALL GONE ON CATCHING DRUG DEALERS IN YO AREA. IF ALL YO PEOPLE IN YO AREA CLUBBED TOGETHER THEN YO YOURSELF CAN HELP INSTEAD OF MOANING OR YO URSELF CAN OPEN YO BANK BALANCE AND PUT YO MONEY WHERE YO MOUTH IS

  3. I think he’s forgetting that ‘the money for Grenfell’ is not going to come out of the pockets of Theresa May or the council who owned and managed Grenfell but from us the taxpayers. We weren’t responsible why should we pay for something we weren’t responsible for. If Grenfell was owned by a private landlord, that landlord would pay for damages. This just highlights the problems with the government running things!!

  4. Theresa May has said that giving teachers machetes could prevent knife crime in schools.

    Despite all available evidence pointing to it being a terrible idea, May is considering arming teachers after watching that bit in Crocodile Dundee where Paul Hogan’s eponymous hero says “That’s not a knife, THAT’S a knife!” and frightens off a gang of would-be muggers.

    Standing outside Number 10, May insisted that blade-wielding teachers would also teach children self-discipline, good manners and, most importantly, to be afraid of giant knives.

    “We’re not going to fail this country’s children,” insisted May although she remained non-committal on delivering a better future for everyone else too.

    She also pointed out that her idea had been misrepresented in the media as a call to arm all teachers. Instead, May only wants those who have already ‘mastered the blade’ to be armed i.e. teachers who used to be butchers, magicians or sushi chefs.

    The PM’s proposal comes a few days after President Trump’s batshit crazy idea to arm stressed-out, under-appreciated government employees with concealed firearms in schools.

    However, despite support from grassroots Tories, teachers have panned the PM’s idea as being “the latest in a long line of nonsensical unworkable ideas bandied around by simpletons”.

    “It’s mad. There’s a good reason why Edward Scissorhands and that bloke from Assassin’s Creed don’t teach geography in Romford,” said Simon Williams, a geography teacher from Romford.

    “Seriously, if we allow this, it’s only a matter of time before we see caretakers with nunchucks or lollipop men using tridents,” added Mr Williams.

  5. Think he's a good man, but he really should stay wellll away from politics. Cannot begin to understand the stupidity of people that say grenfell was and is theresa may's fault ahaha

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