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Entertainment Rapper Dave calls PM 'a real racist' as he wins best album gong at Brits

01:55  19 february  2020
01:55  19 february  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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London rapper Dave won album of the year at the Brits , moments after calling the prime minister a " racist ". The star took home the night's main award Image caption Mabel answered the call to open the show and then won best British female. There were several references to the lack of female

Dave won the coveted album of the year award for his work 'Psychodrama'. Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi and rapper Dave were the big winners at the Grime artist Stormzy, named best male artist, was accompanied by a gospel choir, dozens of dancers, a fireworks display and indoor rain, as he

Rapper Dave performed a politically charged version of his song Black at the Brit Awards, before picking up the biggest prize of the night for his album Psychodrama.

The 21-year-old accused Boris Johnson of being "a real racist" in additional verses, before touching on the Grenfell Tower victims and the Windrush generation.

He also criticised the media's treatment of the Duchess of Sussex, and paid tribute to London Bridge terror attack victim Jack Merritt as "my brother in arms".

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Rapper Dave accused Boris Johnson of being a "real racist " during the Brit Awards, where he picked up the biggest prize of the night for his album In his tribute to Mr Merritt, who died after being stabbed by terrorist Usman Khan last year, the British star rapped: "There's tears in our eyes and

Scottish singer Lewis Capaldi and rapper Dave were the big winners at the BRIT Awards on Tuesday, in a ceremony packed with performances, including Dave 's Grime artist Stormzy, named best male artist, was accompanied by a gospel choir, dozens of dancers, a fireworks display and indoor rain, as

"It is racist whether or not it feels racist/The truth is our prime minister's a real racist," he rapped, later adding: "Now if you don't want to get it then you are never gonna get it/How the news treats Kate versus how they treated Meghan."

In his tribute to Mr Merritt, who died after being stabbed by terrorist Usman Khan last year, the British star rapped: "There's tears in our eyes and love in our hearts."

"We never had the same background, culture, colour or class but you devoted your life to giving others a chance/And for that I'm so taken aback because you gave us all a voice."

a man standing in front of a microphone: Rapper Dave performs his track Black at the 2020 Brit Awards © Other Rapper Dave performs his track Black at the 2020 Brit Awards Dave went on later in the evening to win album of the year - the night's most coveted prize - for his debut release Psychodrama.

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South London rapper , who won album of the year for Psychodrama, also called for support for the South London rapper Dave has accused Boris Johnson of being a racist on stage at the 2020 Brit He moved into a criticism of the British press’s treatment of Meghan Markle, compared with that of

But the Six Paths artist wasn't the only person to turn to politics while on the stage for the 40th anniversary of the biggest night in British music.

US rapper Tyler, The Creator poked fun at former prime minister Theresa May as he accepted his gong for international male solo artist.

The rapper, who was barred from entering the UK in 2015 by Mrs May, said: "Thank you Theresa May. I know she's at home p***** off."

The ceremony on Tuesday night was opened with a tribute to Caroline Flack, who was found dead at her flat on Saturday night after taking her own life.

Host Jack Whitehall said the 40-year-old was remembered as a "kind and vibrant person with an infectious sense of fun".

"She will be sorely missed. I'm sure I speak for everyone when I say that our thoughts are with her friends and family," he said.

Harry Styles, who dated the ex-Love Island presenter in 2011, did not comment publicly about Flack but pinned a black ribbon - a symbol of mourning - to his lapel as he walked the red carpet.

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British rapper Dave at # Brits 2020: "It is racist whether or not it feels racist . The truth is our prime minister is As he reached the climax of his rap, Dave concluded: “We want rehabilitation, that would be amazing Billie Eilish. Nominated: Best International Female. Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment.

The rapper , also a classically-trained pianist, was nominated for four Brits and won best British album for his debut work, Psychodrama. Born David Orobosa Omoregie, the youngest of three brothers to Nigerian parents, he won an Ivor Novello award for best contemporary song when he was

Since her death, friends of Flack have criticised the press for its treatment of the star.

Ahead of the ceremony, former Love Island contestant Montana Brown told Sky News she hoped Flack's death would serve as "a wake-up call" to the media.

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"Everyone makes mistakes, we're all human and I think that people can't be made accountable for every single mistake they ever make in their life just because it is printed in a newspaper."

Other artists to pick up awards on Tuesday evening included Mabel for best female solo artist and Billie Eilish - who performed a world exclusive of her Bond track - for international female solo artist.

Foals picked up the gong for best group.

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On Tuesday night, London rapper Dave performed a new version of his song, “Black,” at the 2020 BRIT Awards, where he picked up a win for Album During the performance, he debuted a new verse where he accuses Prime Minister Boris Johnson of being “a real racist .” Dave opens his verse with

Dave won the coveted album of the year award for his work Psychodrama. “You can do anything that you put your mind to,” he told fans Grime artist Stormzy, named best male artist, was accompanied by a gospel choir, dozens of dancers, a fireworks display and indoor rain, as he performed a medley

Stormzy won the best male award for the second time and used his acceptance speech to highlight another issue overshadowing the awards - the lack of female nominees outside of female-only categories.

He said: "To be the best male, I've got the most incredible females in my team... The best male is nothing without these incredible females."

Gallery: Red carpet fashion at the BRIT Awards 2020 (Photo Services)

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