Stormzy has been racing people all year and says he's unbeaten, even Usain Bolt got involved
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British rapper Stormzy has been racing people throughout the year and has remained unbeaten.
Stormzy, whose real name is Michael Ebenezer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Junior is a hugely popular rapper and was recently the manager of England for Soccer Aid.
Recently, he has posted on his Instagram claiming that he has been beating everyone in a race. You can watch the footage below.
On his Instagram, Stormzy wrote: “A lot of people are messaging and asking to race me. I’m not being rude but please just tek time and forward all inquiries to @tjossai because I’ve been smoking a lot of man for the past 12 months.
“Furthermore before you message me please I beg you just go and check your knee and your ankle and your hamstring and your meniscus and all dat stuff there please man just make sure everything’s ok because it’s really dangerous on these streets man serious.”
Stormzy even managed to get Olympic legend Usain Bolt involved as he tagged him on his Instagram story whilst doing his famous celebration.
Bolt replied: “Category 5 storm, don’t play”, followed by four lighting emojis.
Stormzy has previously revealed he is a Manchester United fan despite being from London.
He said to Sky Sports: “I always get stick.
“There's probably even people watching now saying 'hear his accent what’s he doing supporting United?' But that’s just how the stars aligned for me.
“When I was younger I didn’t have a big brother or like a dad who supported United so it all kinda came from me. Cockney Red what can you do?”
However, Stormzy’s recent outing as England boss at Soccer Aid did not go to plan as his side were beaten 4-2 by a World XI spearheaded by Bolt.
Bolt opened the scoring at Old Trafford and pulled out the Marcus Rashford celebration in front of a packed crowd.