Wiley Mocks Stormzy’s Collaboration With Ed Sheeran in New Diss Track

Adding more fuel to their feud with the release of ‘Eediyat Skengman’, the ‘Heatwave’ hitmaker accuses the ‘Vossi Bop’ rapper of using grime music without care.

AceShowbiz -Grime legend Wiley has stepped up his feud with Stormzy by slamming him for collaborating with Ed Sheeran on an unsparing new diss track.

Wiley, who once collaborated with Sheeran but has since criticised him for using grime musicians to gain credibility, has been feuding with Stormzy on Twitter over “Take Me Back to London”, a track the “Vossi Bop” hitmaker made with the superstar singer-songwriter.

Now, Wiley has mocked their collaboration with a new diss track titled “Eediyat Skengman”.

“You never cared about grime, you just used it/ Worse than Ed with your watered down music,” Wiley, real name Richard Kylea Cowie Jr., spits in the lyrics.

The British rapper also mocks Stormzy, real name Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr., for paying homage to him on “Wiley Flow”, a track he released last year referencing Wiley’s contribution to the grime genre.

The 40-year-old raps, “It’s not homage, looking like a sly one, I know when a brudda and a label join together and they try one/ They all copy me, they want some of my one/ It don’t work though ’cause this my ting/ And I’m the heavyweight champ of the grime ting.”

Stormzy responded to Wiley’s critical tweets by writing that they were in complete contrast to private messages he’d received from him.

“You are a p**ck coz you dm me all the time like it’s mad love and we’re brothers and then you come on the internet and act weird and the reason that makes you a p**ck is because you know I won’t ever say anything on the TL because arguing on the net has never been my style,” he tweeted.

The 26-year-old went on to call his rap rival “weird” and declined an invitation to “link up” and solve their differences.

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