Earlier today, Stormzy took to twitter to challenge the Daily Mail’s article which asked if the UK Rap scene was fueling the rise in “Skunk” use in the UK.
The article used the name of several artists including Stormzy, who bit back and highlighted the hypocrisy in the article which seemed to have a different agenda towards the UK Rap scene than it does have towards other music genres and there attitudes towards drugs.
The article from Ambrosia For Heads highlights how wrong the Daily Mail was, with an in-depth look at how the Rap scene mentions drug less than any other genre.
White rockstars (and pop stars) have been sniffing coke and taking MDMA and singing about it since the beginning of music just admit you’re anti-black and fuck off you tramps https://t.co/RfS9vZO8y3
— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) December 29, 2017