J Hus has claimed he has "never met a politician" he can trust in a fresh exchange with Stormzy.
Up to 25% of BAME people in this country are not registered to vote, an issue that the #Grime4Corbyn movement attempted to address at the 2017 general election.
Registration for the incoming general election ends tonight - November 26th - at 11.59pm, making this the last chance to ensure your voice will be heard, Stormzy shared a statement urging people to get out and vote, telling them to "do their own research".
Decrying Boris Johnson's previous racially charged comments - here's a full breakdown of the politician's behaviour - he urged his fans to elect someone "committed to doing what is right".
J Hus doesn't see eye to eye with this position, though - in a response, he said he's "never met a politician" he can trust.
Here's the exchange.
My brother, I would love to but what if I’ve never met a politician the I can trust?— Top Militérian (@Jhus) November 26, 2019
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