Although they weren’t at the GRM Daily Rated Awards on Tuesday night, Love Island stars Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay were slammed by long-standing industry big-dog MistaJam.
The British DJ, whose real name is Pete Dalton, was at The Roundhouse to present Lethal Bizzle with the GRM Legacy Award.
But after praising the POW hit-maker for being a “trail-blazer” for grime music, the BBC Radio 1 DJ MistaJam turned his attention to rapping newbies Chris and Kem.
MistaJam added about Lethal Bizzle: “And even though we are celebrating his legacy tonight, he’s still as relevant today as he always has been.
“He runs his own record label and kept a certain couple of culture vultures and put them in their place. Leave it Chris and Kem, you bunch of d**kheads”, concluded the 34 year old award-winning presenter.
MistaJam was undoubtable referring to the agreement which Chris and Kem reached with Lethal Bizzle over their “intellectual property rights” to their track Little Bit Leave It.
Chris Hughes and Kem Cetinay prove their friendship’s stronger than ever [Instagram ]
The rap duo’s Love Island co-star Marcel Somerville shared a live recording of MistaJam’s on-stage comments onto his Instagram Story.
The former Blazing Squad member and girlfriend Gabby Allen could clearly be heard laughing along on the Instagram video.
31 year old Marcel, who was also there to present an award, audibly chuckled: “Go on, I ain’t saying nothin”, while continuing to snigger.
The annual awards show which celebrates the best in grime music saw the likes of Stormzy and J Hus taking home prizes, but it was the shade thrown at Chris and Kem that stole the show for many in the audience.
MistaJam’s dig at Chris and Kem comes after Katie Price took a swipe at “irresponsible” Chris Hughes warning him he has “two mins of fame left” after he apologised for using the ‘N-word’ in an Instagram video.