Wiley was appointed The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire award in the the 2018 New Years Honours for his services to music.
The rapper published a series of tweets last month asserting that Jews systematically exploited Black artists.
Wiley’s manager, who is Jewish, following the Twitter tirade by his client announced on Friday that he would no longer represent the rapper.
She said notably that she "couldn't taste bacon" specifically and that her "legs hurt." Loss of taste and leg pains have been widely recorded as being symptoms of the novel virus.
The decision, announced Wednesday, follows a 48-hour boycott by many users, notably British and Jewish, over what they deemed as Twitter’s failure to reprimand the artist over his tweets in a timely manner.
First, there’s the issue of this boycott catalyzing around a Black man.
"I hope I can give people in the community a sense that someone is standing for them."
"Antisemitic? Are u stupid? Do you know what these people do to the world?" Wiley wrote.
British journalist Michael Segalov, who wrote about the issue in 2018, tweeted at Ice Cube to say the the image was antisemitic.