Wiley Threatens Stormzy's Mum In Latest Diss Track Of Ongoing Feud
Say what you like, but as far as tedious musical feuds go, this one is at least more interesting than Eminem vs Machine Gun Kelly, or Eminem vs Nick Cannon, or Eminem vs *checks notes* Suge Knight's son, right?
Anyway, after a light-hearted start, the two rappers have descended into a fairly unedifying beef played out in a series of exclusive tracks released with the sole purpose of mugging the other off.
This time, Wiley might have gone a bit too far. I mean, however much you dislike some, you don't bring their mam into it, do you?
In his latest send, entitled 'Eediyat Skengman 2', Wiley namechecked Stormzy's mum Abigail by saying: "If I see your mum at Croydon market, I'm going to rip that weave off her head."
That's not very nice.
You can listen to the track below, but be warned it does contain some strong language.
But how did these two fall out in the first place? Well, it's actually more to do with singer songwriter and bland ambassador Ed Sheeran than anything else.
Wiley accused Stormzy's long-time pal Ed of 'using Grime to look good', while the Heavy is the Head star - real name Michael Omari Jr. - defend his mate.
He said: "Ed's the kindest, nicest soul ever. He's just trying to travel the world and he's probably getting notifications. But I said, 'Don't worry, I'll do all the trolling'."
That led Wiley - Richard Cowie Jr. to his mum - to release 'Eediyat Skengman' - the first diss track.
Stormzy then hit back with 'Disappointed', a track on which he mocked Wiley for being an 'old man' and saying that to have insulted him he must have a 'death wish'.
It's all very dramatic.
Following the latest shot fired by Wiley, Stormzy released 'Still Disappointed', on which he claimed that Wiley's mum is 'banged up abroad'.
He also said that Wiley's sister is a "little b***h", continuing the personal nature of the argument.
Anyway, at the end of this latest exchange, Stormzy finished with the words "24 hours to reply."
Throughout his long and successful career, Wiley has never been one to hang about, which suggests that he'll rise to the challenge and come up with another track addressing the matter at hand pretty quickly.
Be in no doubt, this isn't the last we'll all hear of this, as much as you might want it to be.
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