A rapper who Dappy insulted in his controversial new video I'm Coming (Tarzan Part 2) has made a scathing attack at the former N-Dubz star in his own rap video.
Grime MC Scorcher, also from North London, used the beat of Spaceship, Dappy’s collaboration with Tinchy Stryder, as the backing for his rap which hits back at the former N-Dubz rapper with a whole range of lyrical assaults.
He mentions Tulisa (Dappy's cousin's) sex tape and his “alleged” use of cocaine.
One line says: "You could have a mill in the bank and you'd still look like a tramp."
And in another he raps: "You should have a patch on your eye, lickle pirate."
Scorcher isn't the first musician to be upset by Dappy's I'm Coming video, Tulisa has also hit back at him for insulting the X Factor in it and Alexandra Burke sent a cryptic tweet expressing disappointment after the video, in which Dappy slates her, was released.
Dappy has also been forced to apologise to the widow of murdered headmaster Philip Lawrence after paying tribute to his killer in the video as it features "Free Leo Chindamo" in the opening credits, the 15-year-old who stabbed the teacher to death outside a London school in 1995.
Meanwhile, Lily Allen has defended Dappy's single, hailing it "thoroughly entertaining and insightful".