Ed Sheerans grime-inspired single Take Me Back To London has topped the UK singles chart a week after Wiley branded the singer a culture vulture.
Ed collaborated with Stormzy on the single, which has become his eighth number one after rising 10 places in a week.
However, Stormzy came under criticism from fellow grime artist Wiley, who called the track weird on his mates Instagram.
Oh s*** so now Ed you wanna do grime yeah f***in ell mate [sic], the 40-year-old Wiley wrote, accompanying his comment with obligatory crying laughing emojis.
And while Stormzy clapped back at the rapper, jumping to Eds defense writing: You know I love you and respect you brother but nah dont do that, it didnt stop Wiley from going off in a series of now-deleted tweets.
Ed knows this when I hear him on grime in 2019 I will have loads to say he already knew which means he knew what he was doing but #Dead Cos you dont care about grime #Folk you breaded stormzy, Wiley wrote.
Dont come to grime if your a clout chaser and a culture vulture stay away.
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Initially appearing on Eds former number one album No.6 Collaborations Project, a new music video featuring the 28-year-old and the newly single Stormzy living their best lives in the countryside, as well as a remix from producer Sir Spyro starring Jaykae and 18-year-old rap superstar Aitch saw Take Me Back To London rise up the charts again.
Supporting rising rap talent? Good for you, Ed!