Stormzy just released his latest banger Vossi Bop but instead of relishing in the success, hes too busy having to correct fans.
You see there is a line in the song and if you get it wrong, dont assume Murky is going to let it slide.
The grime artists first line of lyrics has stumped a few followers by the looks of social media.
One lad by the name of Stephen Menash took to Twitter and vibed on the tune as he wrote the line: My bruddas dont die we just vossi bop.
It didnt take long for Stormzy to retweet the comment with the correction so the rest of us dont make the same mistake.
DAB NOT DIE DAB NOT DIE DAB NOT DIE!!! the rapper wrote alongside a frustrated emoji to bring the message home.
His followers were evidently caught unaware by the news as they commented thinking the lyrics indeed said die.
Weve had a lot of lessons today, school – I hope we take on board Stormzys advice and just keep it dab.
As for poor Andrew, he later wrote online: Im trying to take back the tweet.
It comes after Stormzy took over London for the video clip for the tune, performing outside various landmarks including Big Ben.
The follow-up to 2017s Gang Signs & Prayer is expected to be released later this year, with many people expecting an album drop around the time of his big headline slot at this years Glastonbury Festival.
The track sees Stormzy firing off lines about Idris Elba being Bond and chilling in Dubai, while also reserving no praise whatsoever for the government or one Boris Johnson.
The accompanying video for Vossi Bop is a stunning, slick affair: filmed in central London, Stormzy takes centre stage on a deserted Westminster Bridge, recalling that 28 Days Later scene and giving it a grime twist.
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