TWO British rappers have been accused of a violent bust up in front of terrified families on a flight back from Dubai as footage of the clash went viral today.
London-born star Tion Wayne and another man believed to be drill rapper Headie One were seen being pulled apart by fellow passengers on the Emirates flight.
A number of bystanders can be heard shouting as the men traded insults in the aisle – and at least one punch was thrown.
Other passengers were forced to jump out of the way during the melee, which was later said to have been started by an argument over a seat.
Video of the incident has since been widely shared on social media – with many people naming the stars.
Wayne – real name Dennis Odunwo – denied speculation the pair had been arrested but appeared to confirm his involvement as he said the row was 'nothing major'.
Headie One – real name Irving Adjei – is yet to confirm or deny his part in the dust up.
Wayne posted on Instagram today: "Ain't no-one been arrested, stop listening to lies."
A short time later he wrote on Twitter: "Nothing major, just an argument over a seat."
Wayne, from Edmonton, North London, has four Top 10 singles to his name, including a collaboration with KSI on 'Houdini' earlier this year.
He was jailed for 16 months in 2017 for stamping on a man's head during a brawl outside a nightclub in Bristol.
Headie One – from Tottenham, North London – recently hit Number 2 in the UK charts, featuring on 'Ain't It Different' along with grime superstar Stormzy.
Last month, he shot the top of the album charts with his debut album Edna, named after his late mother.
He was arrested and jailed earlier this year for possession of a lock-knife and was first jailed at the age of 17 after being caught during a county lines drug deal in Aberdeen,Scotland, with £30,000 of cocaine and heroin.
In an interview with The Times he said his latest prison sentence was a 'wake-up call'.
He said: "I came to a point where I recognised that if I continued in this trap, it would have me forever."
Both rappers' management teams have been contacted for comment.
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