Stormzy apologised to a packed-out audience at Glastonbury after repeatedly swearing while demanding justice for the victims of the recent Grenfell Tower fire.
The London-born rapper, wearing a t-shirt bearing the name of the north Kensington tower block, paid tribute to those who lost their lives and the families affected midway through his Other Stage set on Saturday night.
But the 23-year-old, playing to an estimated crowd of around 40,000 people, was quick to apologise to fans after swearing during his tribute.
He said: “We are urging the authorities to tell the f***ing truth, urging the authorities to do something, urging the f***ing government to be accountable for their f***ery and we ain’t going to stop until we get what we deserve!”
Although met with loud cheers, the rapper quickly added: “That was a lot of swearing so I’m sorry about that.”
The grime star then performed his verse from the official Grenfell Tower charity single, Bridge Over Troubled Water, which was released earlier this week.
The single, which also features vocals by Robbie Williams, Liam Payne and Rita Ora, instantly shot to number one after becoming the second-fastest selling single of the year.
All proceeds raised from the track will be distributed via The London Community Foundation.
To make further donations to Artists for Grenfell, go to the dedicated website http://www.artistsforgrenfell.com .