But Chip insisted that he didn't understand why Tinie dissed him.
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The Complete History Of Tinie Tempah And Chip's Rap Beef
8. But Chip insisted that he didn't understand why Tinie dissed him.
After becoming embroiled in another long-running rap battle with Manchester's Bugzy Malone, Chip readdressed his feud with Tinie on a song called '96 Bars Of Revenge'. He resurfaced JME's classic Grime instrumental to send more disses. He rapped: "He mentioned Pizza Boy, I still don't understand why he did it/ He doesn't want lyrics for lyrics/ Deep down he's more Wifey Riddim".