Slowthai, a British rapper, appeared in court today accused with raping a woman.
The 28-year-old Grammy nominee is accused of assaulting the lady twice in Oxford in September 2021.
Slowthai, actual name Tyron Frampton, appeared in court today via video connection at Oxford Magistrates’ Court.
The musician merely talked to confirm his name, birth date, and residence.
JPs were advised that both counts are about the same alleged victim.
Frampton was released on bail and will return to Oxford Crown Court on June 15.
The Northampton-born rapper debuted on the music world in 2019 with his debut album, Nothing Great About Britain.
His songs regarding Brexit and then-Prime Minister Theresa May helped him establish a devoted fanbase.
He brandished a faux severed head of Boris Johnson on stage during his 2019 Mercury Prize ceremony performance.
The contentious rapper also made news at the 2020 NME Awards when he threw a champagne glass into the audience.
He also apologized to comedian Katherine Ryan after being accused of making obscene remarks to her.
Slowthai has been nominated for best dance recording at the Grammy Awards in 2021.