Stormzy says his door has been kicked in 'by Feds'

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Stormzy claims his front door was kicked in by the police in the early hours of Tuesday.

The rapper tweeted a photo showing wooden panels lying across the floor.

"Woke up to Feds destroying my front door coz apparently I'm a burglar who burgles his own home," he wrote.

The police have replied to the tweet, asking Stormzy to DM them if he has a complaint to make.

But they've also given an official statement.

"Police were called to an address in West Brompton at 00:55hrs on Tuesday, 14 February to a report of a conspiracy to burgle a ground-floor flat, believed to have been vacant.

"Officers attended and forced entry to the property, and found there to be two lawful occupants inside. Officers remained at the property until it was made secure.

"Officers have since been in further communication with the complainant."

Despite being part of the UK's grime scene for years, Stormzy is yet to release an album.

His debut is due to come out next Friday.

He teased fans earlier this month with a title, GSAP, along with the names of 16 tracks.

The Brit Award nominated star then announced this week that his Gang Sign and Prayers UK tour had sold out in less than four days.

He begins a 17-date string of gigs next month.

He spent last night at the Elle Style Awards, where he was pictured meeting Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw's mum.

But the rapper claims to have woken up this morning to a break-in.

Fans have been responding to the tweet.

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