To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
Featured Image Credit: Image: Stormzy & GRM Daily
Jose Mourinho features in Stormzy's new music video in what is one of the greatest crossovers in recent history.
Stormzy has dropped his first bit of music for what feels like an age, releasing a seven-minute track titled 'Mel Made Me Do It'.
The video is just short of 11 minutes long and includes cameos from the likes of Usain Bolt, Ian Wright, Dave, Louis Theroux, Idris Elba, Jonathan Ross and many more.
But there's no denying that Mourinho, 'the Special one', is the main character.
Staunch Manchester United fan Stormzy spits the lyric, "I prefer not to speak like I'm Jose" and then the audio from the classic Sky Sports interview where the Portuguese delivered the iconic line is played.
The visuals then see Mourinho coldly shushing the camera alongside the grime star and a slew of extras in some quite incredible scenes.
Mourinho's presence in the video, which dropped late on Thursday night, sent social media into overdrive.
Nah we are truly living in a simulation lmfaaaaooooo https://t.co/kg0zqobA3d— Aaron West (@oeste) September 23, 2022
That's it. Confirmed. Forget Fergie, Pep, Lippi, Ancelotti...this now confirms Mourinho as the greatest manager of all time. He really did it for the culture.— Have Hope 🇳🇬 (@havehopehut) September 22, 2022
CASE IS CLOSED!
Ive seen this like 100 times on a loop....
Stormzy..thank you https://t.co/z7UD0wmxZP
Mourinho gone clear no one will ever match this sauce, Guardiola can win as many games as he wants he'll never have the streets like Mou Lmaoo https://t.co/fdPEvdKoQN— sorry, Sir. (@ChiomaMyah) September 22, 2022
Mourinho is of course one of the most decorated managers in history, with three Premier League titles and two Champions League to his names.
He made history last season at Roma when he became the only manager to win all three UEFA European club competitions after triumphing in the Europa Conference League.
Yet this link-up with Stormzy, who once called himself "the grime scene's Lukaku", might just be the best thing he's ever done.
We're still wondering how on earth such a collaboration came together but we're absolutely here for it.
Stormzy, real name Michael Omari, recently gatecrashed Sky Sports' Monday Night Football coverage of Manchester United's win over Liverpool.
He admitted to being starstruck in rubbing shoulders with Roy Keane and Gary Neville, so one can only imagine how he felt when Mourinho graced him with his presence.
The well-travelled manager was in the headlines again of late for being sent off after walking onto the pitch to protest a referee decision.