Dave Parties With Love Island’s Kaz Crossley And Jorja Smith at Stormzy’s #Merky Festival in Ibiza
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Rapper Dave has taken some well deserved time to party after an blockbuster set at this year's Glastonbury. He was captured relaxing with Love Island's Kaz Crossley and singer Jorja Smith at Stormzy's #Merky festival in Ibiza.
Swapping Streatham for sunny Ibiza, he spent two days at the #Merky festival at the famous Ibiza Rocks Hotel.
In an Instagram story, Dave is seen living his best life with a group of friends in the VIP area including Dortmund wonderkid Jadon Sancho and Kaz, 24.
Later on in the day, Kaz cuddled up to the 'Thiago Silva' singer and posed for a photograph. She tagged it 'Streatham' after one of his tracks and paying homage to their South London roots.
In the star-studded event, the rapper was seen with R&B singer Jorja who posted a photograph with the caption 'You are the goat'.
Who can blame her after his Glastonbury set went viral thanks to the help of a young lad in a bucket hat called Alex. Dave brought him onto the stage to perform his track 'Thiago Silva' because he was wearing a Paris-Saint-Germain shirt emblazoned with the name of the Brazilian footballer. To the surprise of the crowd, he absolutely nailed it.
Stormzy himself was seen partying with his girlfriend before joining Mostack on-stage during his set later in the evening. Other performance at #Merky festival include WSTRN, Chip, Tiffany Calver, Headie One and Fredo.
The 'shut up' singer who organised the two-day festival headlined the main stage at Glastonbury and absolutely killed it. During his controversial set he had barbs for Conservative Party leadership front runner and - more than likely - future Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the UK Government, and - slightly more out of left field - football manager David Moyes.
He also donned a customised stab-proof vest designed by Banksy himself whilst rapping: '"Theresa May, where's the money for Grenfell?"
Before 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".
There's never a shortage of talented people at #Merky with the British Grime scene being represented by Krept & Konan, Chip and comedian Michael Dapaah.
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