Stormzy was filmed attending an after-party at a fans house following England's win against Germany last night. Watch him here:
The grime star was watching the game with other fans at Boxpark Croydon, chatting with people who recognised and approached him.
But one group went one further than asking for a selfie, instead inviting him to the afters at their house. Stormzy reportedly said he would if England won.
After they secured a 2-0 victory, getting them a spot in the quarter-final on Saturday, Stormzy was true to his word.
A video circulating online shows him in a residential home with a group of lads, before being spotted outside in the garden singing with them all.
Stormzy is always getting involved with his fans, even when they're not that nice to him, as Josh Muni revealed this week.
The music fan was so desperate for the rapper to release some new tunes that he decided to send him a voicenote on Instagram, telling him to get to work.
Clearly impressed, Stormzy was inspired to get moving and even included the 'joyous' recording on the track 'Big Michael'.
In a video posted to his TikTok channel, Josh explained what happened: "So I randomly sent this voice note to Stormzy."
The message reads: "Hey, yo, Stormzy g, I beg you, g, release new music, fam, cause you know what, it's gonna be so mad, fam.
"What's wrong with you? F***ing p****hole. Release some f***ing music, man. D***head."
Josh then shares a screengrab of Stormzy's reply, thanking him for the 'iconic' message and asking him to send him his address so he could send him some presents.
"But that's not it," Josh explains.
"Then a couple of months later, he releases his album and adds the voicenote as the intro on the first song."
In an interview with Capital Xtra about the album, Stormzy talked about Josh and how he came to be included on the first track.
He said: "He sent me that on Insta, and then I used it.
"I was just sitting down at the poker table one day and I just played this voicenote, and it was just my man flipping just cussing me, telling me, like, 'bruv, man needs some f***ing music'.
"This was a random person, his name's Josh Muni.
"I just wanted it to start with joy, you know what I mean?"
Since Josh shared the video, it has been viewed over 1.2 million times, with thousands piling into the comments to congratulate him.
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