HOME Secretary Priti Patel hit back at woke rapper Dave who branded Britain’s Prime Minister “really racist” at the Brit Awards last night, sparking outrage among Brits who voted overwhelmingly for Boris Johnson in last years election.
Patel defended the Prime Minister telling the BBC that in “in no way he racist” and said that Dave’s comments were “completely wrong”.
“I simply do not subscribe to those comments at all,” she said.
“I know the Prime Minister, I’ve worked with the Prime Minister for a long time, for many years, he’s absolutely not a racist.”
“He’s absolutely not a racist and I’m afraid that is very much a generalisation that has been made by rapper Dave, and I just disagree with it.”
She added: “Artist and entertainers say all sorts of things”
“I don’t know how much he knows about the Prime Minister and whether he actually has met the Prime Minister or knows the Prime Minister.”
“I work with the Prime Minister, I know Boris Johnson very well, no way is he a racist, so I think that is a completely wrong comment and it’s the wrong assertion to make against our Prime Minister.”
He added a newly-written final verse that included the lines: “It is racist, whether or not it feels racist, the truth is our prime minister’s a real racist / They say – ‘you should be grateful, we’re the least racist’ / I say the least racist is still racist.”
DAVE BRO IS KILLER
Dave, 21 who won an accolade for his Album Psychodrama said that the Prime Minister was a “real racist” from his privileged perch inside the elitist London bubble at the Brit Awards.
‘Hood’ Dave – who studied law at a posh London university was also gifted a piano (You know, like all working-class boys receive) by his mother in 2012, age 14.
Dave has received a whole lot from Britain – not only did he receive a state education at both School and Univeristy thanks to the British taxpayer, but this generous country has also given Dave, real name David Orobosa Omoregie and his Nigerian family a home.
The generous ‘racist’ British taxpayers who voted for Boris also fund the permanent residence of two of his Brothers who were involved in some pretty nasty crimes.
Dave’s older brother Benjamin was jailed for four years for conspiracy to defraud and his other brother Christopher Omoregie was jailed in April 2019 for 18 years for his involvement in the gruesoume gangland murder of fifteen-year-old Sofyen Belamouadden.
The lad was kicked, punched and stabbed nine times by a gang of 20 teenagers at London Victoria station.
What did Dave do? Did he dedicate the song to the victim? No, He featured his evil murdering Brother in one of his tracks.
Dave’s rapped: “the only person I ever f***ing idolised” and “my hero” Dave then defended his brother adding: “Is it survival of the fittest or is he a killer?”
Naina Ghailan, the mother of Sofyen who was just 15 when he died slammed Dave and his track as “disgusting”.
She told The Sun last year: “I’m appalled. How can he idolise a killer?”
“Someone who has taken a life? Anyone who buys such a song has got to be crazy.”
“When you kill a child, you kill a whole family. I am disgusted at this song.”
Promising footballer Sofyen was kicked, punched and stabbed nine times by a gang of 20 teenagers.
“How can this be allowed?” she said.
“This person has taken Sofyen’s life, my life and my other children’s lives away. It’s outrageous to think he is in prison, but appearing on an album.”