Jeremy Corbyn just had brunch with Jme and snapchatted it

Bridie Pearson-Jones
Sunday 14 May 2017 16:15
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Picture:(Snapchat / Jeremy Corbyn)

Name a more iconic duo. I'll wait.

Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat(Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat)

Grime artist, Jme, took over Jeremy Corbyn's Snapchat today, because he wants you to register to vote.

The "Man Don't Care" MC posted a video of himself on the leader of the opposition's Snapchat saying "Hi it's Jme, boy better know" referring to the record label and grime collective he founded with his brother and fellow artist Skepta in 2005.

He goes on to say

I'm on Jeremy's Snapchat to make sure you register to vote.

Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat(Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat)

The two then shared pictures of themselves having brunch, and "talking music, education and art" as well as another video together.

Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat(Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat)

Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat(Picture: Jeremy Corbyn / Snapchat)

Afterwards, Jeremy shared two pictures on Twitter.

Fans of both Jme and Jeremy have shared their excitement over the pair meeting

They were described as "cute", "iconic" and some fans even speculated Jme making a track about Corbyn, or Jezza joining Jme's label.

Jme, along with other grime and rap artists such as Akala, Professor Green, Novelist, and Stormzy have publicly pledged their support and urged their fans to vote Labour.

According to tweets from Jme, he and Corbyn also discussed why many people don't vote.

It's not clear if there will be further steps in this collaboration, but personally I'm hoping for an album, he can't be a worse rapper than Iain Duncan-Smith.

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