Dizzee Rascal Responds After Threatening To "Kill" Wiley - WATCH

3 October 2017, 11:14 | Updated: 3 October 2017, 11:16

Dizzee Rascal Responds To Wiley

Things have taken a turn for the worse between Dizzee Rascal and Wiley.


Dizzee Rascal has responded after his vicious argument with arch-rival Wiley on Twitter.

The Grime legends were involved in a heated back-and-forth this weekend, with Dizzee claiming that Wiley is a paedophile and threatening to "kill" him if he continued their argument.

Following the drama, Dizzee has now responded via a video on Instagram.

“People will push your f*cking buttons,” he said.

“The worst thing I said today was that I’m God, I’m not God, I respect people and their beliefs. That was the stupidest thing I said today.

“The rest, you can do what the f*ck you want with…”

Watch below:


Meanwhile, Wiley took to Instagram to tease a now-deleted diss track.


1st October

Dizzee Rascal has threatened to “kill” Wiley during a heated Twitter exchange on Sunday (1st October).

The Grime MC, who has a long-running feud with Wiley, took their rivalry to another level with some vicious accusations.

Their latest Twitter feud appeared to begin when Wiley took exception to Dizzee Rascal using the title “The Godfather Of Grime”, a label that has been long associated with Wiley. 

However things took a dramatic turn after Dizzee Rascal was made aware of Wiley’s tweets.

Dizzee fired back with a series of brutal tweets, accusing Wiley of being a “nonce” and having sex with a 14-year-old girl. 

In a now-deleted tweet Dizzee took things to a violent level by threating to kill Wiley if he continued his actions.

“Wiley I know you think this trolling is funny but one day you’re [sic] push me too far and I’m going to kill you,” he tweeted. 

Wiley responded by accusing Dizzee of sexually assaulting So Solid’s Lisa Maffia when they were younger.

Following the huge outbursts, many of their tweets have now been deleted however some may still be on their respective Twitter accounts.

Earlier in 2017, Dizzee Rascal appeared to reignite their feud with a song called ‘Space’, which addressed a series of previous Wiley disses.

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