Brit Award nominated grime artist Stormzy was left less than impressed after London's Metropolitan Police smashed through his front door while he was sleeping on Tuesday morning. So far it doesn't look as though he has been issued with an apology or compensation for the matter. 

StormzyStormzy gets his front door smashed in by London cops

The 23-year-old rising star was catching some much needed Zs when, in the early hours of this morning (February 14th 2017), he awoke to the sound of hammering on the front door of his Chelsea home - and it wasn't a Valentine's Day delivery.

'Woke up to Feds destroying my front door coz apparently I'm a burglar who burgles his own home', he wrote on Twitter, alongside a shot of his splinter-littered floor and a front door which now has two large panels knocked out of it. 'MET Police need your bank details still.'

Many fans commented suggesting the incident was of racist judgement, and according to BBC News the Metropolitan Police has as of yet refused to comment on the situation, though LBC stated that Scotland Yard are 'looking into the incident' and said Stormzy should 'contact them directly if he wished to make a complaint'.

Stormzy is currently nominated for British Breakthrough Act at the upcoming 2017 Brit Awards alongside fellow up-and-coming artists Rag'n'Bone Man, Anne-Marie, Blossoms and Skepta. Having previously released work such as '168: The Mixtape' and his 'Dreamers Disease' EP, he is set to unveil his debut album 'Gang Signs & Prayer' on #Merky Records later this month featuring the track 'Big For Your Boots'.

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He is also set to embark on a UK tour over the course of March and April, with dates at the London O2 Academy in Brixton and others, and he recently announced that tickets had sold-out completely in just four days.

Stormzy's first album 'Gang Signs & Prayer' will be released on February 14th 2017.