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The rapper, 28, gave former British prime minister Theresa May a particular shout out when he went on stage to just accept his award, after she apparently banned him from the UK in the previous.
Tyler instructed the crowds: ‘Uhh thanks guys. Uhh, yeah. Uhh shout out to all the British funk from the 80s that I attempt to copy.
‘Shout out Sony and Colombia for all the time having my again, thanks. Shout out to all the UK boys that maintain this place enjoyable for me at night time.
‘And I wanna give a special shout out to someone who I hold dear to my heart, who made it where I couldn’t come to this nation 5 years in the past.
‘I know she’s at residence p**sed off. Thank you Theresa May.’
It comes after Theresa used anti-terrorism laws to forbid him from coming into the UK in 2015 when he was alleged to carry out at Reading and Leeds pageant.
He was stopped at customs when he arrived in the UK and was taken to a detention room and proven lyrics from his first two albums.
Theresa had claimed his music ‘encourages violence and intolerance of homosexuality’ and ‘fosters hatred with views that seek to provoke others to terrorist acts’.
However, he made the most of her stepping down and returned to the UK as quickly as she left the publish of prime minister.
Her substitute, Boris Johnson, additionally didn’t get off scot-free on the night time, as he ended up the butt of a joke by host Jack Whitehall.
In his first hyperlink, Jack instructed the crowd: ‘Welcome to the 40th anniversary of the Brit Awards in affiliation with Mastercard.
‘Yes, it’s the one night time of the 12 months you get to see your popstars in a distinct mild, sat there nervously ready for an envelope to seem like Boris Johnson on Father’s Day.’
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