The argument has been ongoing since Wiley mocked Drake for being a “culture vulture” after Drake stopped by various UK artists’ shows and brought a host of them out on his tour, including J Hus, Krept & Konan, Afro B, Dave and Fredo.
He added: “I’m being held back cos @Drake obviously ain’t clearing @PopcaanMusic and @NICKIMINAJ is going to start her family…it’s a dead end.”
Wiley also criticised Sheeran for his latest song ‘Take Me Back To London’, which he claimed was using “his sound”. The rapper said: “You need me man I don’t need you.”
Last month, Wiley appeared to taunt Sheeran after sending a series of negative Tweets about the singer’s remix collaboration with Stormzy. The move looked to have irked Wiley, who accused Sheeran of being a “clout chaser” by using one of the grime’s biggest stars to gain popularity.
Responding to Wiley’s comments earlier this year, Drake said: “It is what it is.” Drake began. “I see a lot and I’ll never understand how supporting somebody’s song or even going a step further and giving somebody a song or linking up…I’ll never understand how that’s not viewed as something admirable but I guess people have their own outlook on it.”
Addressing Wiley directly, he added: “But yeah, I didn’t like that. It’s Wiley that said that, I’ll just say his name because that was some goofy shit. But yeah, I just didn’t like that. I was like, ‘Dude what are you talking about? They have tunes that are ringing off. Anybody that’s on now, what are you guys talking about?’”