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6 April 2017, 11:21
Big Mike was not pleased.
Stormzy was left angered by Glasgow's Distrikt Nightclub after they falsely advertised a "Stormzy afterparty" following one of his shows.
The Grime MC is currently travelling around the UK on his sold out 'Gang Signs And Prayer' Tour, which saw him perform in the Scottish city last night (5th April).
However, things turned sour after Distrikt publicised tickets for a 'Gang Signs And Prayer' afterparty hosted at their club, which was later confirmed to be an unofficial event by Stormzy.
The rapper took to Snapchat to express his frustration and warn fans of the club's scheme.
"Glasgow, Distrikt nightclub is a dead club, a f**king s**t club. I will not be there. It is not doing an afterparty," he said, before labelling the club's promoter a "pr*ck*.
Stormzy also responded to a since-deleted tweet from the nightclub's official Twitter page.
Fans flew to the rapper's defence after the news broke, informing him that they had since changed their plans to attend the fake tour afterparty.
This is not my after party. You fucking idiots. Don't use my name you pussyholes. No one go here please. DEAD CLUB. https://t.co/8WWFXU9R5r— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) April 5, 2017
Glasgow, please do not get fooled and go to this fake dead "after party", save your time and money. Please— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) April 5, 2017
@Stormzy1 was planning to go distrikt tonight... but after seeing ur Snapchat..... going to go smoke some shisha instead !!!glasvegas cafe— zee (@zeeshannadeem13) April 5, 2017
@Stormzy1 Wouldn't go to any place that can't spell district correctly anyway.— Its Blxine (@ItsBlxine) April 5, 2017
Despite the misunderstanding, the South London native clearly enjoyed his show in Glasgow.
Stormzy tweeted his appreciation for concert-goers after the gig, finishing his message with a heart emoji.
Glasgow I fucking love ya. What a show— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) April 5, 2017
Distrikt are yet to officially respond to the incident.