Legendary former Premier League boss Jose Mourinho makes a shock cameo in Stormzy's striking new hit Mel Made Me Do It – which includes an appearance for Ian Wright and even a mention for Scott Parker.
The British rap sensation released the first track from his highly anticipated third studio album via his official YouTube channel – bringing in hundreds of thousands of views in just a few hours.
The 11-minute video, directed by KLVDR, features a total of more than 35 cameos while narrated by actress Michaela Coel and rapper Wretch 32, with sport fans treated to both an appearance and mention of Mourinho.
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With Stormy singing the lyric: "I prefer not to speak like I'm Jose." An audio clip of infamous 'if I speak I am in big trouble' rant plays over the top as he and the rapper keep their fingers over their lips.
One fan wrote of Mourinho's inclusion: "STORMZY WITH JOSE MOURINHO?!?!"
With a second adding: "Jose Mourinho is now the goated manager we won’t be taking any more applications for the foreseeable."
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A third continued: "Stormzy is back and he’s got Jose Mourinho in his music video, unreal."
And a fourth wrote: "Jose Mourinho appearing in Stormzy’s new video is a truly iconic moment."
With a fifth concluding: "Apart from Messi and Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho is the face of football."
Roma boss Mourinho makes further appearances in the video in the same black suit inside the a mansion, with Wright both appearing and being mentioned in the narration.
Stormzy most surprising nod might well be towards former Fulham and Bournemouth boss Parker, who is mentioned in the lyrics as well as Wright.
Michaela Cole says of Wright: "It’s often ‘greatness’ comes to mind, but footballing legends like make Ian Wright greatness come to sight."
In reference to Parker's much talked about fashion sense on the sidelines, Stormy raps: "Gaffer like I'm Scott Parker. From when the mandem use to rock parkas."
Jonathan Ross, Zeze Millz, Louis Theroux, Dina Asher-Smith, Usain Bolt, Trevor Nelson, Dave, Gabrielle, Headie One and Little Simz also appear among others as Stormzy returned to the scene with huge fanfare.
Mel Made Me Do It is set to appear on Stormzy’s upcoming third album, which was announced on the final show of his UK tour is set to be released before the end of the year.
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