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Stormzy Has Mysteriously Deleted His Twitter And Instagram Accounts

Stormzy Has Mysteriously Deleted His Twitter And Instagram Accounts

Stormzy has mysteriously deleted several of his social media accounts, including his Instagram and Twitter.

If you're trying to find the rapper on any of those social channels, you'll be met with a message telling you that the accounts are no longer available.

Exactly why this is, we don't know, but his Facebook account is still active.

This twist comes just one day after he was blessed with an incredible 'concierge card' issued by bakery chain Greggs.

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Stormzy won the gong for British Male Solo Artist at the 2020 BRIT awards. Credit: PA
Stormzy won the gong for British Male Solo Artist at the 2020 BRIT awards. Credit: PA

That card means he can walk into any of Greggs' thousands of stores up and down the UK and get whatever he wants, for absolutely nothing.

Hell, he's achieved a lot in his relatively short career, but that is a big deal.

Stormzy, real name Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr, announced he'd been honoured in this fashion on his since-deleted social media pages yesterday, showing himself unboxing the card.

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A short video had been prepared by Greggs in the box that listed off both Stormzy's achievements, and the products that he could potentially pick up for nowt in the future.

The Heavy Is The Head musician then wrote: "Are you mad the first Greggs black card @GreggsOfficial I have peaked this is brilliant."

Responding to his message, Greggs' official account tweeted back: "Our Concierge don't dab, they just Vossi Bop Hand deliver Sausage Rolls from your local shop."

Earlier in the week, Stormzy scooped the British Male Solo Artist award at the 2020 BRIT Awards, and made a speech in which he thanked the women in his life and on his team.

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He then delivered a typically energetic set featuring a medley of his hits.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

One person who will be disappointed at Stormzy's lack of social media presence now is 'Godfather of Grime' Wiley.

The pair have been engaging in a long-winded and, at times, completely bizarre feud online over the past few weeks.

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It came to a head on 15 February when Stormzy shared DMs that were allegedly from his former friend, claiming Wiley wanted the beef to be done with.

Stormzy tweeted: "'Wiley's a pr**k coz he love talk s*** then he sobers up and the begs it' is this you lot's Godfather?!?!

"You f***ing pathetic loser lmao @WileyUK about you hate yourself for this, is this your king?!? #iHateMyself #Loser #IamSorry #IwishThisDidntHappen #ThisManIs41."

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Credit: PA
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The messages read: "You know what I just wanna this. I hate myself for this, just so you know.

"More than any battle I have ever had. Cos this did not mean more than our friendship and I threw it away. And I know this, I'm sorry."

In typical combative fashion, Wiley replied: "Don't post screen shots of me talking post you talking let's see what you was saying.

"I never repost what's said in the Dm but if I did all you man would look s*** so don't try that trick with me."

One way or another, with Stormzy off Twitter, it looks as if the whole tedious episode is at an end.

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Topics: Music, UK Entertainment, Weird

Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a LADbible journalist and Twin Peaks enthusiast. Despite having a career in football cut short by a chronic lack of talent, he managed to obtain degrees from both the University of London and Salford. According to his French teacher, at the weekends he mostly likes to play football and go to the park with his brother. Contact Tom on [email protected]