In other beef news, the Action Bronson and Wu-Tang saga continues.
After Action publicly apologized to Ghostface Killah for dissing him on ESPN’s Sportsnation, Wu Tang affiliated Wu-Tang affiliate Popa Wu felt the need to step to Action.
Even if it meant doing so at Sean Price’s wake.
Popa Wu, who is featured on a handful of Wu-Tang tracks including Ghostface Killah’s “All That I Got Is You” and Raekwon’s “North Star” picked an odd moment to speak with Action, which seemed very tense.
In the Instagram photo a stern faced Action Bronson looks as if he’s being lectured about what he did wrong. The caption reads “”This wat we do I’m 4 real Popawu u Fuk with my mine u get Chestties Wu 4ever.”
The isn’t the first person to vocalize their opinion on the whole situation as Azealia Banks weighed in and called Action a “fat slob.” The rift originated when Action Bronson said “He’s not rapping like this no more,” in reference to Ghostface.
Ghostface quickly responded in a six-minute video filled with quotes and threats, notably saying he’d light Action’s beard on fire.
Earlier today, Meek Mill smartly ended the Drake beef because he doesn’t want it spilling out into the streets and hopefully cooler heads will prevail in the Wu-Tang rift with Action Bronson too.
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