The Stormzy and Chip beef has reared its head again in 2021 after the latter dropped a scathing new diss track aimed at his rival.
Last year, the feud erupted after Chip claimed Stormzy pulled up outside his apartment with a group of friends for a confrontation.
This weekend, Chip brought the feud back to life with the release of his latest diss track 10 Commandments, which features jabs clearly aimed at Stormzy.
One line includes: ‘You got that contradictory flow, One minute it’s “F**k the government, f**k Boris” / Next minute you’re tellin’ people “vote” / Boy, you’re not a Christian, you’re a fraud / Crucify him, praise the Lord.’
It appears to be a direct reference to the lyrics on Stormzy’s number one single Vossi Bop where he raps: ‘I could never die, I’m Chuck Norris / F**k the government and f**k Boris.’
Chip also name-drops Stormzy directly and raps: ‘You’re all gonna hear “Stormzy took an L, and he tried to stand tall before he fell” / So he’s a man of his word in some ways, But he’s on stalking like a girl.’
The diss track comes a few days after Ghetts released his new song Skengman featuring Stormzy.
The proximity of the releases led fans to question Ghetts’ allegiance in the feud but the rapper has stated he wants no involvement in Stormzy vs. Chip.
During an Instagram live on Saturday, Ghetts said: ‘That narrative that they’re trying to run with at the moment and put me in the middle of dem man’s ting, nothing to do with me. You know my path, you know I’m on a different ting [sic]. When someone wants
‘“Ghetts and my man gonna have a thing?” Ghetts and my man aren’t gonna have nothing.’
The Black Rose rapper continued: ‘Whatever takes place now ain’t nothing to do with me. You lot hear Skengman now, I been had Skengman [sic].’
‘If you f**k with me, don’t even entertain it.
‘This is the first and last time I’m gonna talk on it and the only reason I’m even talking on it is because you can’t let these people create a narrative that’s not true.’
Later answering questions from his followers, Ghetts stated: ‘Me and Kano are always gonna be good. What you have to understand is that I’m not into the business of falling out with people, I try and just be cool with everyone.
‘I’m not in the middle of nobody’s business. I’ve got my own agenda.’
In October, Chip shared a now-deleted video reportedly showing Stormzy in the car park outside his house.
The Oopsy Daisy rapper wrote on Twitter: ‘June… When you get sent a video of Stormzy & friends tryna run up on your house.’
Chip then dropped the diss track Flowers which made reference to the car park incident.
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