The feud continues between Wiley and Stormzy.

The two have been going back and forth since New Year’s Day, when Wiley criticized Stormzy for collaborating with Ed Sheeran. Wiley tweeted, “I’m old but you was tryna work with jay z who Ed brought in the room Cos if it wasn’t for Ed that session would not of happened lol your not with us your with them #Pagan I am 10 years younger than jay z and I will merc you everyday of the week #YourEasy #TooEasy.”

Stormzy responded by calling Wiley “rude,” “weird,” and a “dinosaur” and claimed his tweets are nothing like the friendly direct messages Wiley allegedly sent him.

On Wiley’s newest diss track, titled “Eediyat Skengman 2,” he threatens to rip the weave off the head of Stormzy’s mom.

In the song, he says, “No disrespect bruv… your mum’s a dickhead / If I see your mum down Croydon Market, I’m gonna rip that weave off her head.”

He then addresses Stormzy’s father, who was absent during his childhood, by rapping, “I’ve done more for you than your dad has.”

Wiley name drops Stormzy’s ex-girlfriend Maya Jama in the track, after previously mentioning Maya on his first diss track, “Eediyat Skengman (Stormzy sends).” He raps: “Go beat your jawns on tour but Michael, Maya’s not yours anymore.”

“Eediyat Skengman 2” soared to the top of the trending chart on Youtube, but fans shared their disappointment with Wiley for bringing Stormzy’s family into the drama.

One fan tweeted, “Wiley mentioned stormzy’s mum waaaaay to much. I can feel it…. STORMZY IS GONNA METAPHORICALLY MURDER WILEY. I can feel it…. just saying.”

Another tweeted: “Am I hearing this correct Wiley talking bout ripping ya mums weave off!!! Jesus kidda!! He needs to be put bk on the shelf.”

“Wiley lost when he brought Stormzys mum into it. #WileyvsStormzy,” a third fan tweeted.