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Stormzy pictured at table with drugs – after Class A denial a year ago

Stormzy has been pictured sitting at a table with drugs on it – over a year after he denied that he and his friends take Class As inside his home.

The grime star, who is set to headline Glastonbury next month, was filmed by his girlfriend Maya Jama partying at his south London house with a load of his friends.

The pals were sitting around Stormzy's vast poker table playing cards, with an assortment of plastic glasses and bottles of booze littering the surface.


One friend was filmed sitting in front of what appeared to be a small see-through sachet of weed, with drug paraphernalia next to it.

Neither Stormzy or Maya – or any of their mates – seemed concerned that the footage was being shared to Instagram , although one friend had pulled his hoodie up and covered his face with his hand.

There is no suggestion that Stormzy, 25, had taken any kind of illegal substance, nor any of his friends.


It comes after Stormzy was forced to deny the consumption of Class A drugs after a similar Instagram video showing packets of white powder on his table emerged.

In a statement from his rep last March, Stormzy said: "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."


At the time, sources pointed to Stormzy's "legendary" house parties, which are famous among his friendship group for going on into the early hours.

Earlier yesterday evening, BBC Radio 1 presenter Maya was filming with Holly Willoughby, Piers Morgan, Emma Bunton and Jack Fincham for the new ITV game show Bradley Walsh's Late Night Guest List.

She shared clips of herself being glammed up by her makeup and hair team before sipping a cocktail in-between takes on set.

The cocktails well and truly went to Holly's head, however, as Piers pictured her passing out in the back of a taxi on her way home.

Stormzy's rep is yet to respond to Mirror Online's request for comment.

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