17 November 2020 16:35

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Headie One and Tion Wayne were filmed squaring up to each other on board an aeroplane as onlookers attempted to separate the pair. The rappers were seen bobbing back and forth towards each other before attempting to land some blows as fellow passengers tried to intervene. Although initial reports suggested the pair had been taken into custody after the fight, Tion took to his Instagram story to deny that he had been arrested. Sharing a short video, he told his followers: 'Ain't no-one been arrested man, stop listening to lies.' The pair are believed to have been boarding the plane to fly back from Dubai, though it is unclear what sparked the argument in the aisle. Advertisement Tion had earlier shared photos of his trip, posing next to a bright yellow sports car which he captioned: 'Private life better than my public'.

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Headie had also shared a video of him with Young T and Bugsey, all in cream outfits, telling his followers: 'Haha look wat just come through @youngtandbugsey big up,' as the group celebrated Don't Rush going platinum. Prior to this, the pair have both been having a successful year for music, with Headie bagging a number one on the UK Albums Chart with his debut record Edna, named after his late mother. Headie One has not addressed the incident publicly (Picture: Getty) The album, which features guest appearances from fellow rappers Drake, Stormzy and Skepta, was also the first British rap debut to land at number one this year, after reaching the top spot in October. Tion also got a top 10 hit with I Dunno, alongside Dutchavelli and Stormzy and also teamed up with Manny Norté, 6LACK and Rema featuring Love Renaissance for 4AM. Metro.co.uk has reached out to reps for Headie One and Tion Wayne for comment.

Got a story? If you've got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we'd love to hear from you. MORE: Headie One scores number one album with debut release named after his late mother MORE: Dolly Parton fans credit icon with 'curing Covid' after donating $1million to coronavirus vaccine Tion Wayne and Headie One appear to have got into an altercation on board a flight earlier today (November 17th). The rappers are two of the biggest in the country right now, with Headie One's 'EDNA' scoring across the boards plaudits. Tion Wayne has enjoyed a stellar 2020 as well, notching up some superb singles and key features.

Sadly, it seems the pair made headlines for all the wrong reasons earlier today, getting involved in a fracas on board a plane. Footage captured by those on board shows the two rappers squaring up to each other and attempting to land blows, while security rush in to separate them. The incident can be seen below. Tion Wayne and Headie one have had an altercation on a plane and are now in custody pic.twitter.com/uG3ZrJW3jU — Represent London (@RepresentLondon) November 17, 2020 Lmaoo nah Tion Wayne & Headie one are they not embarrassed pic.twitter.com/yM4w5bH2dx — ️ (@Soundclashfever) November 17, 2020 Join us on the ad-free creative social network Vero, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. British rappers Headie One and Tion Wayne were reportedly involved in an incident on board a plane in Dubai. A video circulated on Twitter apparently shows the two artists, both wearing protective facemasks, being held back by fellow passengers and shouting at one another. One of the men trying to intervene (shown on the left wearing a blue shirt) was apparently Morrisson, another rapper. The Twitter account for talent agency Represent London claimed that the rappers had been placed in custody, although The Independent has been unable to verify this. Wayne denied reports of his arrest in a post to his Instagram Stories, commenting: "Ain't no one been arrested, stop listening to lies." The Independent has contacted representatives for Headie One and Tion Wayne for comment. Headie One released his debut album, Edna, earlier this year to positive reviews. The album includes collaborations with Future, Drake, Stormzy and Skepta.