Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay have handiest simply entered the “rap game” however they have got already discovered themselves on the centre of a few old skool rap red meat.
The Love Island boys had been referred to as out through dirt megastar Lethal Bizzle for stealing his catch word “little bit leave it.” The rapper posted a major of movies on Instagram explaining that whilst he did not thoughts them the use of it at the display, he has an issue with the duo getting cash off the word thru their new observe which featured on their new ITV display and is these days quantity on iTunes.
“Oi, right now it’s a little bit LEAVE IT!” Bizzle says whilst giggling in a single video. “Oh s**t. You couldn’t leave me alone, innit. Kemp, and your other brother, dunno what his name is – Ross? You. You took my phrase, fam. Cool. I want everyone to use my phrase, everyone knows I make up words, I want people to use them, I don’t mind.”
“But when you wanna go and make a song and make money from them,” he continues. “then I have a problem with that. So we need to have a conversation.”
He provides: “I’m a very reasonable person, so let’s just get this sorted out before it has to go anywhere else. I don’t need the money, but the principle is you’re taking the p**s. And you’re not even crediting and letting people know where you got the phrase from – you’re using it like you made it popular.”
When requested what they considered Bizzle’s response on Capital1Xtra Chris and Kem had been left crimson confronted however defined that they had been nonetheless giant enthusiasts of the ‘Fester Skank’ rapper.
“Our initial reaction was Lethal B tweeted us. It was like a fanboy moment – I was just happy he’d tweeted us,” Kem advised radio host A.Dot.
“We’re amateurs, it’s our first song – we didn’t even think about the legal side of it. I’ve just said speak to the label, we don’t want no beef. I think it’s all light-hearted banter,” he added.
We’re assuming they are now not running on a diss observe then…