The most powerful man in the world may have met his match. Stormzy is very bright, achieving six A*, three A and four Bs at GCSE despite not taking school seriously. You can understand the acceptance of £130,000 to Shut Up in 2016, a lot of money for someone working in the Grime industry. That was well before last year’s number one LP, Gang Signs & Prayer. Having backed Jeremy Corbyn and dissed Theresa May (she’s a ‘paigon’, which means untrustworthy person), Stormzy had cracked GQ magazine’s top one hundred most influential people of the Left. Follow that up with a freestyle appearance at The Brit Awards incorporating a rap in support of the Grenfell Fire victims, you can clearly see why Trump is worried.
Stormzy’s lawyer hasn’t made a single misstep in arguing that 2016’s Non-Disclosure Agreement is null and void. In contrast, Trump and his team are a mess. Giuliani, the ex mayor of New York no less, has admitted that Trump repaid his ‘fixer’, Michael Cohen, the £130k in the knowledge that he made these things go away. Trump tweeted that he paid a retainer in a private arrangement that covered the Non-Disclosure Agreement, completely separate » Continue Reading.