Ghostface Killah has responded to Popa Wu’s interaction with Action Bronson at Sean Price’s wake.
“Nuff respect to Sean price family, my condolences,” he writes on Twitter today (August 12). “That thing that happen yesterday wasn’t my work, I never sent the wolves on him.”
Ghostface Killah feuded with Action Bronson last month when Bronson said the Wu-Tang member didn’t rap in his signature style anymore.
Nuff respect to Sean price family, my condolences. That thing that happen yesterday wasn't my work, I never sent the wolves on him.
— Ghostface Killah (@GhostfaceKillah) August 12, 2015
(This article was first updated at 9:30 am today August 12 and is as follows.)
A video of Popa Wu confronting Action Bronson at Sean Price’s wake has been released.
The wake took place at McManus Funeral Home in Flatlands, Brooklyn, New York yesterday (August 11), according to News 12 Brooklyn.
The video of the confrontation is available below via MikeTrampe.
(The original article in this thread was published August 12, 2015. It is below.)
Although it’s been weeks since Ghostface Killah called out fellow rapper Action Bronson in a video uploaded to YouTube, Vlad TV reports that the Queens, New York lyricist was recently approached by a Wu-Tang Clan affiliate during a wake for the late Sean Price.
The Wu-Tang Clan affiliate, Popa Wu, posted a picture of his confrontation with Bronson on Instagram, yesterday (August 11).
It is unclear what was said during the confrontation, but Popa Wu did leave the following message as a caption on his Instagram upload: “This wat we do I’m 4 real Popawu u Fuk with my mine u get Chestties Wu 4ever”
Popa Wu is featured on a handful of Wu-Tang tracks including Ghostface Killah’s “All That I Got Is You” and Raekwon’s “North Star.”
After hearing word of Action Bronson’s comments about him on ESPN last month, Ghostface Killah threatened to gut the rapper like a pig, and more in a video which quickly went viral.
“Don’t let me hang you from a fuckin’ rope and gut you like a pig, nigga and leave you out to dry ‘cause it can get done,” Ghostface Killah says in the video.
For additional Action Bronson coverage, watch the following DX Daily: