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DID BUGZY MALONE JUST DISS ‘COUPLE GOALS’ STORMZY AND MAYA JAMA?

DID BUGZY MALONE JUST DISS ‘COUPLE GOALS’ STORMZY AND MAYA JAMA?
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DID BUGZY MALONE JUST DISS ‘COUPLE GOALS’ STORMZY AND MAYA JAMA?

DID BUGZY MALONE JUST DISS ‘COUPLE GOALS’ STORMZY AND MAYA JAMA?

Rapper Bugzy Malone appears to have reignited his beef with fellow artist Stormzy. This time, Malone, whose real name is Aaron Davis, has directed his focus toward Stormzy’s rekindled relationship with “Love Island” host Maya Jama.

In a recent freestyle rap on GRM Daily, the self-proclaimed “King of the North” artist delivered the lines:

“There’s a Storm incoming, let me drop into third. I still can’t believe he thinks it’s his bird. If she flew the nest and settled with another pigeon. Send her back to the street she’s built for the curb.”

Fans were quick to point out the wordplay on "Storm," indicating a clear reference to Stormzy. Notably, the song is currently trending as number one on YouTube.

In 2019, Stormzy and presenter Maya Jama broke up after a long term relationship. They stayed apart for almost four years before rekindling their epic romance toward the end of 2023.

This isn't the first time Malone and Stormzy have clashed. Their feud can be traced back to around 2017 when Malone released the track “aggy wid it,” which many interpreted as a dig at Stormzy. Interestingly, Stormzy's hit song “Big For Your Boots” features the line “get aggy wid me,” further fueling speculation about their rivalry.

Despite their history of conflict, there have been moments of apparent reconciliation. Last year, Malone attended Stormzy's 30th birthday party in Central London, demonstrating a semblance of goodwill between the two grime stars.

Meanwhile, Bugzy Malone continues to soar in his career. His latest album, “The Great British Dream,” released earlier this month, showcases recent singles like ‘Ladies’ and ‘Ghetto Wisdom’, in addition to his 2022 hit ‘Out of Nowhere’. Beyond music, Malone has been making big waves in the acting world. He starred in the Guy Ritchie film “Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre” last year, marking a significant step in his acting career following his debut in Ritchie's "The Gentlemen" in 2019.

As Stormzy and Bugzy Malone navigate their respective careers and personal lives, their clashes and apparent reconciliations add an intriguing layer to the dynamic of the UK music scene.

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