Stormzy celebrates 30th birthday with star-studded gala, donates £1m charity

British rapper Stormzy celebrated his 30th birthday in style on Friday night with a star-studded gala at the Biltmore Hotel Mayfair in London. 

The event, which was dubbed #TheMikeGala, was attended by a host of celebrities, including Louis Theroux, Bugzy Malone, Alison Hammond, Danny Dyer and Jonathan Ross.

Stormzy took to the stage to thank his guests for coming and to reflect on his past 30 years. He spoke about his humble beginnings in Croydon, his rise to fame, and his plans for the future. He also announced that he would be donating £1 million to charity in honor of his birthday.

The event was a lively and festive affair, with guests dancing the night away to Stormzy’s music. It was a fitting celebration for a truly talented and accomplished artist.

The #TheMikeGala was Organised by Stormzy’s management team, The Mike Agency. The event was sponsored by a number of brands, including Hugo Boss, Ciroc, and Foot Locker. The gala raised money for a number of charities, including The Black Curriculum, The Prince’s Trust, and The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.

Stormzy’s performance at the gala was his first public performance since the birth of his son, last year. He told the crowd that he was “feeling really blessed” to be celebrating his 30th birthday with such special people.


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