Chip, formerly known as Chipmunk, shared and deleted a video yesterday reportedly showing Stormzy turning up outside his house.
‘June… When you get sent a video of Stormzy & friends tryna run up on your house,’ Chip captioned the footage.
Hours later, clips of Wiley responding to the feud began circulating on social media although it’s not clear where he shared them in light of his recent ban from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.
In one clip, the Godfather of Grime said: ‘Listen, I’m all for the war. I love war. Obviously, my two young gunnas, I’m not tryna see them do it.
‘I was aware of this but Mike, I told you be careful of this, it’s 2020.
‘You can’t be around people’s doors, it’s not the old days. I said this to ya. Listen, they’re gonna make an example mate, be careful Mike.’
It should come as no surprise that Wiley, who was himself embroiled in a heated feud with Stormzy earlier this year, supports the grime beef.
The 41-year-old continued: ‘And yes Chipmunk, do your ting and Mike do your ting. Clash but bruv, be careful mate because the video in the car park f***king hell.’
Referring to his public row with his former manager this summer, he added: ‘Imagine if I was in John Woolf’s car park? They would’ve spun me.’
Chip escalated his beef with Stormzy by sending for him on two diss tracks – Killer MC and Flowers.
Reacting to the tracks, Wiley said in another video: ‘Chipmunk you dropped two. I thought you just dropped one. F***ing hell bruv, it’s on y’know. Bruv, it’s on.
‘Twitter, Instagram, I don’t even want to come back. I think I’m gonna stay off because it’s very clear to see where the excitement is.’
In the deleted video which Chip posted last night, Stormzy says: ‘Telephone me, innit,’ before he’s told: ‘You think you can just pull up to people’s houses? No I ain’t gonna phone you, Stormzy.
‘You’re disrespectful bro, and that’s that.’
Rumours of some unrest between the rappers began earlier this year, when Chip teamed up with Skepta and Young Adz on the track Waze, which appeared to allude to Stormzy.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Stormzy’s reps for comment.
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