Stormzy raps about Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, in his latest album.
The 29-year-old rapper recently released his third album, “This Is What I Mean,” and on the single “Please,” he references Meghan’s criticism since marrying Prince Harry.
According to The Sun’s Bizarre column, he pleaded for people to leave Markle alone in the song’s lyrics.
“You want to speak but it’s best that you don’t, under pressure we fold, best believe we’re protecting your throne.”
Furthermore, he attempts to draw parallels between Meghan’s public feud with her father, Thomas Markle, and his own estrangement from his father.
“Please lord give me the strength to forgive my dad because he is flawed and so am I, so who I am to not??.?.?. to not forgive a man who tries.”
He raps further:
“I see his soul, I know it cries.”
Stormzy previously described Meghan, 41, as a “nice woman” and claimed that people “vilify her” for no reason. While he is not a big fan of the Royal Family, he thinks Meghan is a nice, sweet woman who does her job. He went on to say that although he has never heard her say anything outrageous, they still despise her.
The celebrity claims there are no “credible” reasons for people to dislike Meghan and believes the animosity stems from a “royal family obsession.” He claims that if he asked someone to write a list of reasons why they dislike Meghan Markle, the list would be absurd. Despite the lack of supporting evidence, there is a fascination with the Royal Family.
The song in support of Meghan Markle couldn’t have arrived at a more appropriate time. Markle is reportedly still finding her voice after being silenced for so long.
It would obviously mean a lot to have people on her side. A royal commentator recently suggested that Meghan Markle has “discovered her voice” after being “muzzled” by the royal family for years, and that she is now “eager” to “get rid of the muzzle” and use her voice again.
Since joining the royal family, Meghan has spoken extensively about being silenced, including in the contentious Oprah interview that aired in March 2021. She said she has always valued independence, especially because she has always been vocal, particularly about women’s rights.