Stormzy picked up two awards at the Brits and hit out at Theresa May and the Daily Mail for good measure
It was a night to remember for the grime artist.
Stormzy tore up the Brit Awards on Wednesday night, beating Ed Sheeran and Liam Gallagher in the best British male category before picking up a second award for British album of the year, beating Sheeran a second time, as well as Rag’n’Bone Man, J Hus and Lipa.
But that wasn't it for the 24-year-old; he finished up the night with a huge performance, which included a political message about the Daily Mail and the Grenfell tragedy.
— vic sanusi (@victoriasanusi) February 21, 2018
Accepting his first award of the evening, he said: "All the glory to God, this is all you. I know a lot of people... it seems like a strange thing, but this is all him... the Merky team... my mum, my whole family. Come on!!!
"Trust me. We done it. Also 'Gang Signs and Prayer', this was the hardest, I never worked on something like this in my whole life... we made something that I feel like is undeniable."
Stripping it right down for STRAIGHT FIRE 🔥🔥🔥 @Stormzy1’s verse just now was EVERYTHING - WHAT A HIT ‘Big For Your Boots’ is!! #StormzyBRITs
Watch The #BRITs LIVE here: https://t.co/YP6iG713ES pic.twitter.com/VcnCIvS8Ri
— BRIT Awards (@BRITs) February 21, 2018
And here's how Twitter responded to his performance at the end:
stormzy is a national treasure.
— ℍ🤠 (@harriet_baxter_) February 21, 2018
— EllaLouise (@EllaLouPow) February 21, 2018
Respect to Stormzy for that performance though #BRITs
— Dave🐾 (@Davii0_) February 21, 2018
— Emma Cox (@EmmaejCox) February 21, 2018