Stormzy has been making waves over the last few years for his chart-topping rap songs but also for his brutal honesty during interviews.
The 26-year-old grime artist has never been one to hold back his political opinions and threw his support behind Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn during the general election in December.
He joined up with prominent British artists such as Kano and Professor Green to write a letter encouraging people to back Labour to "end austerity, rebuild our communities and take back the means to change our lives for the better", as part of the Grime4Corbyn movement.
But during his latest interview and front cover with GQ Magazine, Stormzy took a swipe at both Labour and Conservatives, and called out Prime Minister Boris Johnson personally.
He told GQ magazine: "Every government has let black people down, let working-class people down.
"Since when I’ve been young, whether it’s been a Labour government or a Tory government, not much has changed for the people who need it the most."
When asked about Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Vossi Bop rapper said: "He is literally not for man.
"He has made it clear in his vocabulary and in the stances he takes."
Speaking on where he got his politics from, Stormzy confessed he "doesn't know" but thought Tony Blair was "the guy" when he was a little kid.
He said: "I remember when I was a kid seeing Tony Blair and thinking, 'He’s the guy,' because he was Labour. Turns out he was one of the worst."
On December's election result, the ex of Maya Jama said he was "very disappointed".
Stormzy added: "We’re living in a time where people are scared, anxious or worried about their future and the future of the country, so those higher up are clearly manipulating that and playing on it, and playing on people’s fears and insecurities.
"It’s sadly a very divisive time and there’s evidently a long way to go."