The hip hop artist performed in blazing sun on the Other Stage at Worthy Farm, where at first it appeared he hadn’t got the memo about the heatwave – dressed as he was in a thick long-sleeved shirt.
“Let me take this top off,” he told the crowds, unveiling an “I Hate Boris” T-Shirt to loud cheers and applause. “F*** that guy,” he announced.
The “Stars and Shards” artist followed headliner Stormzy’s example, after the grime star got an audience of thousands to shout the line: “F*** the government and f*** Boris” during his headline set on Friday.
Carner also brought out a number of guest artists, including his friend Rebel Kleff, with whom he has clearly reconciled after a brief falling-out, and Tom Misch.
The final day of Glastonbury Festival 2019 has been another of unprecedented sunshine, with performances from Kylie Minogue, Years & Years and Bring Me the Horizon to name but a few. The evening will be brought to a close by The Cure’s headline performance on the Pyramid Stage.
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