Stormzy Vs Chip Beef: Here’s All You Need To Know

British rappers Stormzy and Chip

British rapper Chip has thrown some serious shade at Stormzy in his new track Flowers after the latter allegedly showed up at the former’s house.

When Stormzy was rivalling with Bugzy years ago, he and Chip seemed to be best of friends. But that has certainly changed now, as Stormzy and Chip are now the ones beefing.

Shots were first fired when Stormzy called out the rapper in his verse on Tion Wayne’s track I Dunno. Then, Chip responded indirectly in the track Waze with Skepta. Stormzy also called himself the ‘King of Grime’ in his Wiley diss track, something that certainly didn’t go down well with Chip.

Now there’s a whole load more drama – here’s everything you need to know about the latest Stormzy vs Chip beef.

Chip Claims Stormzy Showed Up At His House

Chip posted a now-deleted video on Twitter that allegedly shows Stormzy turning up at his house. The rapper didn’t seem to be home at the time, but the video was filmed by a girl who is presumably one of Chip’s neighbours.

The video allegedly shows Stormzy and a group of guys walking around outside Chip’s house. You can hear the girl who is filming in the background of the video. She said:

“Do you think you can just pull up at people’s houses? No one ain’t gonna phone you Stormzy. You’re disrespectful bro and that’s that. I don’t know what’s happened but you can’t just pull up to people’s houses like that.”

Stormzy and the group then got back into a black car and drove away.

Chip Calls Out Stormzy On His New Track Flowers

At the same time as he posted the video, Chip also released his new track Flowers, and he really goes in on Stormzy.

In Flowers, Chip calls out Stormzy for turning up at his house, with the first line saying: “I know where you live too, but that ain’t the point of this.” Then, he continues to say “they ain’t used to black people screamin’ down the car-parks” indirect reference to the video.

The whole track is about Stormzy, and every line fires more shots at the rapper. View the full lyrics here and listen to the track below.

Will Stormzy respond to the track? We’ll have to wait and see.

Wiley Responds To The Stormzy vs Chip Beef

Wiley, another top British rapper, reacted to the Stormzy vs Chip beef.

In a video obtained from Twitter, Wiley said: “Listen, I’m all for the war. I love war you know.”

He then said he’s not trying to see his “two young gunners doing it” and then spoke directly to Stormzy: “Mike, I’ve told you before, It’s 2020 you can’t just be going round people’s doors it’s not the old days.”

“Chipmunk do your thing and Mike do your thing, clash but bruv be careful mate because a video in the car park. F*cking hell. Imagine if I was in John Woolf’s car park,” he said.

About Chip

Chip was born Jahmaal Noel Fyffe in North London on November 26, 1990. He was previously known as Chipmunk. He shortened his stage name “Chipmunk” to “Chip” in 2012 under the advice and instruction of T.I., after signing for T.I’s Grand Hustle Records.

Chip is a British rapper and songwriter

In 2009, he released his debut album, I Am Chipmunk, featuring four songs which peaked in the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart, including the chart-topping Oopsy Daisy.

In 2011, Chip released his second album, Transition, which included the single Champion featuring Chris Brown, which peaked at #2 on the UK Singles Chart.

Chip released London Boy Mixtape in 2012, Believe & Achieve in 2015, League of My Own II in 2017 and Top 10 in 2018.

Chip has been an Arsenal fan since childhood. Prior to a music career, Chip aspired to be a footballer.

Chip is a staunch Arsenal fan (image via afcstuff)

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