Just In Case You Couldn’t Love Stormzy Any More, He Did This

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Stormzy has proved himself to be a legend once more (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

Stormzy changed the life of one lucky student this week after paying to send her to America’s Harvard University.

The British grime star – real name Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Junior  – made the generous pledge after spotting a crowdfunding page on Twitter.

Oxford University student Fiona Asiedu had set up the page in a bid to raise £12,000 – the total needed for her to travel to the US and study.

Fiona said she had just four weeks to raise the cash, which would pay for a Masters in Human Development and Psychology at Harvard Graduate School Of Education.

But incredibly, the student found she had reached her target within just 24 hours – and it was all thanks to Stormzy.

Fiona is now on her way to Harvard (Photo: YouTube/ SW2Harvard)

Having already retweeted a link to her crowdfunding page, the musician donated a whopping £9,000 out of his own pocket and smashed her target.

Stormzy’s rep has since confirmed his pledge to BBC’s Newsbeat.

What a guy.

While it is estimated the nine-month course will set Fiona back a whopping £59,000, including living expenses and health care, she has been granted financial aid from Harvard Graduate School and several scholarships.

That left her with the remaining £12,000 to raise and, now she has reached the target thanks to Stormzy, she is hoping to help others.

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Writing on her crowdfunding page following his donation, Fiona said: “Due to the overwhelming response, I am extending the stretch target.

“Any funds raised over £14,000 by 11 June 2017 will be out towards a foundation that I am setting up to support black British students from low income families who secure a place at Oxford or Harvard.

“Please keep supporting the #SW2Harvard Campaign.”

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