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Stormzy denies taking class A drugs after shock video emerges

Stormzy filmed a number of friends at a party with the group appearing to play poker.

However, the video shared on the official Stormzy Instagram account caught attention due to small sachets across the table.

It was reported by The Sun that “drug paraphernalia” could be seen in the video, which has now been deleted.

The 42-year-old rapper and his friends are not seen to be touching or consuming any substances in the footage.

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NOW DELETED: Stormzy’s video featured suspicious sachets

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DENIAL: Stormzy’s rep denies any drug taking

Now, a representative for Stormzy has denied any drugs being present, telling Metro.co.uk: “There was 100% no coke or class A drugs present at the house.

“Stormzy does not take, has never taken, and does not associate himself with or in any way promote or condone, class A drugs.”

Stormzy – real name Michael Omari – has recently been dogged with rumours that his girlfriend Maya Jama has moved out due to excessive partying.

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LOVED UP: Stormzy and Maya Jama appear to be ignoring rumours of romance issues

β€œThere was 100% no coke or class A drugs present at the house”

Spokesperson for Stormzy

It was previously reported that Maya is house hunting in South London.

A source said to The Sun: “Stormzy’s house parties are legendary within his close circle.

“None of this footage will come as a surprise to Maya. She knows what goes on.”

This morning, Stormzy appeared to ignore the controversy and shared two snaps on his Instagram stor.

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One showed a friend in a home cinema, writing the caption: “Bad boy film still, the shades matched the drop.”

While the second was of the Blinded By Your Grace rapper hugging a woman.

Earlier this year Stormzy was one of the stand-out stars of the BRIT Awards, taking home gongs for Best Album of the Year and Best Male Solo Artist.

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