Stormzy Fights Back Tears As He Struggles To Perform Song About Maya Jama Split
The rapper was halfway through his song Lessons - which features on number one album Heavy Is The Head - at the Rose Theatre in Kingston, London when he seemed to break down.
Stormzy appeared to stumble on the line: "I done the dirt and then I figured that you'll dig it out."
Putting his hands to his head, he even asked fans to finish the lyrics on his behalf.
You can hear in a clip; "Come on, help me out here guys".
We're not crying, you are.
The emotional display comes after Stormzy admitted he wanted to marry Maya, despite their break up in August last year.
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The 26-year-old sat down with Charlamagne Tha God in a YouTube interview last week and discussed the BBC Radio 1 presenter.
He quashed rumours that he'd cheated on Maya, but admitted "publicly embarrassing and disrespecting" her after they broke up.
He added: "We broke up, I went out and I acted disrespectfully. I was out in clubs, bare faced, while I knew the world still thought I was in a relationship, looking like I didn't give a f*ck.
"I didn't cheat, it wasn't cheating, but it didn't need to be cheating for it to be a disrespect."
He couldn't stop praising her in the chat either, admitting his feelings were very much still there.
He said: "I love her more than anything, I love her, I've never loved anyone how I love her. I would love [to reconcile], I would love to do all the things to make this work, I wanna marry her, all of that."
No wonder the poor guy was breaking down on stage - he obviously misses her.
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