It's all kicking off. In the latest developments, Dot Rotten has re-entered the beef and now Wiley's escalated it with "Eediyat Skengman 2". 

Taking things to new levels, Wiley addresses some of the accusations Stormzy threw at him in "Disappointed", denying most of them, and counters by going after his mum — If I see your mum down Croydon market / I'm gonna rip that weave off her head. Naturally, a debate is springing up on Twitter about where the boundaries are in rap and grime beefs, although many (including Wiley) argue there's no such thing and that all's fair in love and war.

With further comments made about Maya Jama, Adele and Stormzy's father, there's absolutely no chance this is going to die down any time soon. And, as more and more names are drawn out of the bag, absolutely anyone could step into the fray at this point. Literally, nothing would surprise us.

Updated on January 9:  the official video has now landed.