Stormzy Goes For Poo At EMAs, Accidentally Gets Stuck In The Women's Toilet
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We've probably all done it at one point or another - accidentally walked through the door of the wrong toilet, only to realise the mistake and find yourself scrambling out, red-faced, hoping nobody saw and plans to shame you as a pervert.
It happens to the best of us. And by the best of us, I'm referring specifically to 24-year-old grime artist Stormzy, who made the fuck up after needing a poo at MTV's EMAs last night.
He somehow managed to enter a cubicle without realising he was in the wrong loo, but he then heard women's voices and was probably, literally, shitting himself.
As he put it, he couldn't leave the toilet, as the women would think he was a 'mad creep'.
He wrote: "Came to buss a shit but accidentally when in [sic] the girl's toilets so I can hear bare girls outside, but if I pop out now imma look mad creepy."
To make things even worse he was due on stage. But not all hope was lost, after texting his friend, Kenneth, he was able to get to safety.
He made his way out and Twitter was loving the story:
can someone tell me if stormzy got out of the girls bathroom savely?
- jan (@jjxnyoung) November 13, 2017
Poor stormzy lol
- mikkel paL (@mikkelguy) November 13, 2017
I love stormzy :joy: creasinggggg at this snap pic.twitter.com/TwERKCmkr5
- nxc (@blxckbeutx) November 12, 2017
And obviously once he got out in front of the audience, Stormzy killed it.
Credit: PA Images
He performed from the roof of a police car and even picked up the Best UK and Ireland Act at the ceremony.
But his wasn't the only performance of the night, with rap legend Eminem singing his new track, 'Walk on Water' with Skylar Grey, The Killers belted out their smash hit, 'The Man', and Canadian pop star Shawn Mendes sending fans screaming, while doing 'There's Nothing Holding Me Back'.
Host of the night Rita Ora had about 50 dancers on stage when she did a medley of her new singles 'Anywhere' and 'Your Song'. The 26-year-old British artist also had nearly half a dozen costume changes throughout the night, before receiving the first MTV EMA Power of Music Award on behalf of the singers who collaborated for the Grenfell Tower fire charity single.