Stormzy hired out a karaoke bar for his birthday
The 'Vossi Bop' hitmaker - who turned 28 on July 25 - recently marked his birthday at Thorpe Park and followed up with a night out with his friends at Lucky Voice in central London
5 August 2021
An insider told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "It was a fairly down-to-earth party for someone so famous, and given he's a performer, doing karaoke is almost like a busman's holiday.
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"But he was clearly enjoying himself.
"He was laughing with friends as they left lane on and they clearly had all had a great night."
It's said all guests were tested for COVID-19 before they were able to attend the party.
Last Monday (26.07.21), Stormzy - whose real name is Michael Owuo - "spared no expense" with his fun day out at Thorpe Park in Surrey as he and friends including Dave, Wretch 32, and AJ Tracey enjoyed private rides on the rollercoasters and he footed the bill to have his favourite foods and drinks on site too.
A source said: “Stormzy’s shutdown of Thorpe Park was incredible and no expense was spared.
“He invited loads of people down to party with him and take on the rides, all for free.
“Food was put on by McDonald’s and WingShack, who set up stalls at the edge of the park. There was also a huge party area covered in balloons and bunting where there was a free bar.
“He had a photo booth set up too and signs everywhere saying ‘Happy Birthday Big Mike’.
“Stormzy is a massive Thorpe Park fan and he had an enormous cake made which resembled some of the theme park’s biggest and best rides."
And the fun didn't stop after the theme park closed as the 'Blinded By Your Grace' singer continued his celebrations into the early hours of the morning with a poker game.
The insider added: “The party would have cost him an arm and a leg but for Stormzy it was worth it to see everyone he loves having such an amazing time.
“As well as having a big bash away from the rides, Stormzy also put on an enormous poker game for his pals which went on well into the early hours. It was a celebration that will definitely go down in history.”