Wiley has taken shortcoming for Dizzee Rascal‘s Ayia Napa stabbing in 2003 – despite not wielding the knife.
They have been at fight for 14 years, ever given Dizzee’s barbarous knifing in the Cypriot resort, which he held Wiley accountable for.
But despite protesting his innocence, Wiley has now taken shortcoming for the attack, which saw Dizzee hospitalised, also dogmatic he doesn’t wish to be Dizzee’s ‘enemy’.
‘I adore that boy. He knows we adore that child but we’re not gonna be friends, not given we argue,’ Wiley told The Sun.
‘We’re not gonna be friends anymore given he binds me obliged for being stabbed.
‘And we take shortcoming – we didn’t gash him – we take shortcoming given he was with me but after 14 years we would have suspicion you would have realised we didn’t gash you.’
The Grime artist, 38, explained how it was actually a rival squad who stabbed Dizzee, 33, but the Bonkers star still blames his former pal.
Speaking to Time Out, he removed how ‘there was some fighting with another crew’ one night in the review but the a next day, Wiley and a crony motionless to ‘carry it on’.
However, after starting it up again, the rival organisation then came looking for Wiley and his crony but instead found Dizzee and pounded him.
‘The thing we finished the next morning led them to go looking for us, but see him and gash him,’ Wiley explained.
Admitting he doesn’t actually wish to fight with Dizzee, Wiley then combined to The Sun: ‘I don’t wish to put you under the bus.
‘I just wish you to try and know we didn’t gash you and I’m not your enemy.’
Wiley’s reps told Metro.co.uk: ‘Wiley isn’t obliged but feels shame over his partial in the incidents that led to Dizzee’s stabbing and secondly he’s done it transparent for many years now that he does not wish to be enemies with Dizzee but if Dizzee doesn’t wish to pronounce to him then so be it.
‘He didn’t contend they’ll never be friends nor is he obliged for what happened as he didn’t gash Dizzee himself. For those wanting to know some-more about the early days of Wiley and Dizzee’s relationship, check out new journal Eskiboy – Out 2nd Nov.’
Wiley attempted to end his argument with Dizzee earlier this month.
He posted a elementary twitter which he hashtagged ‘#Thatsit’. He wrote: ‘I don’t ever wish to disagree with @DizzeeRascal ever again.Nothing but honour we have for Dizzee.#ThatsIt’
I don’t ever wish to disagree with @DizzeeRascal ever again.Nothing but honour we have for Dizzee.#ThatsIt
— Chasing The Art #BBK (@WileyUpdates) Oct 9, 2017
The twitter came days after Wiley mocked Dizzee as the ‘godfather of grime’, with Dizzee responding: ‘I’m not the Godfather I’m GOD.’
He went on to explain that Wiley ‘trolls me all day bland for promo and you lot consider it’s funny’.
He added: ‘Wiley we know you consider all this trolling is humorous but one day you’re pull me too distant and I’m going to kill you. we wish you all keep laughing.’
In a given deleted twitter he wrote: ‘Wiley we know you consider this trolling is humorous but one day you’re [sic] pull me too distant and I’m going to kill you.’
Wiley then began to respond, alleging that Dizzee’s entrance manuscript Boy In Da Corner ‘is a soil bible that’s adequate for u my G you have dat innit (sic)’ ans then joked ‘if you didn’t try and splash Lisa Maffia’s Bum we would still be pals you foolish idiot’.
Wiley’s reps told Metro.co.uk they had no criticism to supplement to the allegations at the time.