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Wiley has apologised to Skepta

15 July 2019, 12:13 | Written by Cerys Kenneally

Wiley has apologised to Skepta following their diss tracks from February.

Wiley went off at Skepta last year when the "Shutdown" rapper teamed up with Wiley's nemesis Dizzee Rascal for "Money Right".

Following Wiley's heated rant about their collaboration, Skepta dissed Wiley on "Wish You Were Here", which was then followed up by Wiley's "Don't Bread Me" diss track.

The pair collaborated on Skepta's Konnichiwa track "Corn on the Curb" back in 2016, and now Wiley has extended his olive branch to Skepta on Twitter.

He wrote, "I don’t hate you Skepta you are my brother I was just upset. 2 of my brothers working together and neither 1 wanted to work or speak to me.Hurts pal.I don’t blame jammer either I blame myself Cos I’m a leader not a crew member."

Wiley added, "Anyway Skepta Big Up Ya Chest You made it a family business #Ratings for your family too but now I gotta take care of my own family."

Earlier this month Wiley also squashed his beef with Dizzee Rascal when he told NME, "I’ll be honest with you. He’s done the most out of any black boy I’ve ever known in England. I’ve never seen anyone do more than what he’s done. For me, Dizzee is the greatest person I’ve ever known."

A couple of weeks ago Wiley released new single "My One" featuring Tory Lanez, Kranium, and Dappy.
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