07 January 2020 10:32
Stormzy has branded Wiley a "crackhead cunt" in a new diss track as their feud continues to escalate. Hours after the Godfather of Grime branded Stormzy "worse than Ed Sheeran" on his own diss track, the 'Vossi Bop' star has hit back with 'Disappointed' – which sees him unloading his own series of brutal insults. "I came to your show and moved to your brother in front of your dad," Stormzy raps on the new track. "Old man just stood there pissed / I said: 'pops why'd you look like so sad?'" Stormzy then addresses the beginning of their feud, which kicked off last week when Wiley attacked him on Twitter for working with Sheeran. "It's all jokes on Twitter, jokes on Twitter until you say the wrong thing, no smoke from Twitter," he raps.
And in perhaps the most brutal jab of all, he describes Wiley as a "crackhead cunt" after previously questioning whether he was "on crack". "Wiley's a prick, he loves to talk shit and then sobers up and then begs it / I'm so big that the only thing bigger than me last year was Brexit," he adds. Elsewhere on the track, he describes Wiley as an "old man" and urges him to "lay off the crack". Advertisement It comes after he previously branded Wiley a "prick" when he attacked him on Twitter. "OK I actually think you do crack coz you dm'd me yesterday saying 'bro omg let's build houses in Ghana for our mums' and now you're here moving mad," he said on Twitter last week.
"You are a prick 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 prick is because you know I won't ever say anything on the TL because arguing on the net has never been my style." He added: "I was minding my business you weirdo, you say my name everyday you're mad weird, all I do is show you love and respect, you old mcs are so weird." In a subsequent interview, he likened Wiley to a "drunk uncle" who should "get back to bed." Lewis Capaldi and Stormzy are neck-and-neck in the album charts as the Scottish singer bids to claim the top spot for the second time in 2020. Rapper Stormzy's Heavy Is The Head has sold just 400 fewer copies than Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which was the biggest album of 2019. Capaldi is currently ahead on physical sales in the race to be named number one on Friday, while Stormzy leads on downloads and streaming. Heavy Is The Head is the second album by rapper Stormzy (Isabel Infantes/PA) The Official Chart Company's midweek sales update places Ed Sheeran's No. 6 Collaborations Project in third ahead of Sir Rod Stewart's You're In My Heart and Harry Styles' Fine Line. The week's current highest new entry is the Gene Pitney collection Gold, which is sitting in 17th place. Last week, Capaldi scored the first number one album of the year, while Stormzy's song Own It, which features Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy, was crowned the first number one single of 2020. Ed Sheeran is currently sitting in third in the album chart (Ben Birchall/PA) Capaldi's bright start to the new year follows a successful 2019, when his album topped the charts for several weeks after it was released in May. The singer-songwriter, who also plays the guitar, spent seven weeks at number one with his breakout single Someone You Loved. Stormzy, who headlined Glastonbury and won numerous awards last year, is enjoying continued success after Own It scored 57,000 chart sales last week, in addition to 6.6 million streams.