Stormzy appeared to be in good spirits as he was spotted on a visit to an Andy Warhol exhibition with friends.
The rapper was seen leaving the Halcyon Gallery in London, with a female pal holding a bag full of purchases beside him.
He was later pictured laughing and grinning, as he made his way into a chauffeur-driven car.
Stormzy, 27, wrapped up warm for the day in casual attire, donning a black hoodie with matching shirt and trousers.
It comes after the Vossi Bop hitmaker became involved in a feud with fellow rapper Chip.
Chip had taken to Twitter to share a now-deleted video, claiming that Stormzy had shown up at his house.
In the video, Stormzy says: ‘Telephone me, innit,’ before he’s told: ‘You think you can just pull up to people’s houses? No I ain’t gonna phone you, Stormzy. You’re disrespectful bro, and that’s that.’
Rumours of unrest between the two music stars began earlier this year, when Chip collaborated with Skepta and Young Adz on the song Waze, which appeared to allude to Stormzy.
On the track, the Oopsy Daisy hitmaker rapped: ‘You ain’t even done ten years in this ting. Round here we don’t hear you’re a kind, man will take your throne.’
It came after Stormzy called himself the king of grime in his Wiley diss track, Still Disappointed, which is what Chip appeared to be referencing.
Following this, Chip, 29, later released two diss tracks of his own: Killer MC and Flowers.
Wiley has since weighed in on the feud, warning Stormzy to ‘be careful’. He recently vowed to release his own diss track to add fuel to the beef, also aiming to come for his other rivals such as Skepta and Dizzee Rascal.
In videos which have circulated online, the Wearing My Rolex hitmaker said: ‘Oi, if you don’t reply mate [Stormzy], I will bury all three of you and I’m not joking… If you don’t reply Stormzy in a few days time, yours, Skepta’s, Dizzee’s, all of your head tops are coming off. No cap [lie].’
As of now, Stormzy has yet to respond publicly to the feud.
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