Stormzy is better at rap than nation-wide politics, Gove claims

British minister Michael Gove ignored Stormzy&aposs judgments of Perfect Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday, expressing the grime legend was actually a much better rapper than he was actually a political analyst.

Stormzy, who sported a Union Jack emblazoned stab-resistant vest at Glastonbury in June, has explained he backs opposition Labor Party innovator Jeremy Corbyn and has criticised Johnson as "scary".

"I think we again recognize that Stormzy, as he got for the stage at Glastonbury using a stab vest, he manufactured very clear what his political sights were actually then," Gove said.

"He or she is a far, much better rapper than he or she is a governmental analyst," Gove advised Talk Radio station.

Part of Stormzy&aposs words at the festival incorporated an expletive and a guide to "Boris".

Stormzy stated it was essential for voters to register in the end of Tuesday to vote.

"I am going to be signing up to vote and i also will probably be voting for Jeremy Corbyn," Stormzy explained.

"Boris Johnson can be a scary person using a very long history of lying and guidelines which have basically no respect for anyone that our govt must be dedicated to assisting and empowering."

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