Footage has emerged of two drill rappers appearing to square up to each other on a plane, before having to be held back by onlookers.
Passengers tried to intervene as Headie One and Tion Wayne were filmed moving up and down the aisle before trying to land some blows.
The incident is believed to have taken place on a flight from Dubai to
Passengers tried to intervene as Headie One and Tion Wayne were filmed moving up and down the aisle before trying to land some blows
The incident is believed to have taken place on a flight from Dubai to London, just moments after boarding
Both men are wearing face coverings in the footage, as is required on planes during the Covid pandemic.
In one clip, a woman can be heard pleading with the pair to stop, saying: ‘There’s children, please.’
It is unclear what caused the confrontation to erupt.
Another rapper, Morrison, is said to have intervened to try and stop any violence brewing.
Tion took to Instagram to deny claims there were arrests, as he told his followers in a short video: ‘Ain’t no one been arrested man, stop listening to lies’.
Earlier today, he shared pictured of his trip, including one of him next to a yellow sports car, which he captioned: ‘Private life better than my public’.
The artists have both had successful years in music, with Headie claiming a number one album with debut record Edna, named after his late mother.
The album features a number of the industry’s biggest names, including Drake, Stormzy and Skepta, and was the first British rap debut to reach the top spot this year when it climbed to number one in October.
Headie One, pictured, this year claimed a number one album with debut record Edna, named after his late mother
Tion, meanwhile, has collaborated with Stormzy as well for his track I Dunno, which also featured Dutchavelli and was a top 10 hit.
He has also teamed up with Manny Norté, 6LACK and Rema featuring Love Renaissance for 4AM.