New York rapper Action Bronson has proved words are weapons by claiming his publicized rift with Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah this week has sparked death threats.
Bronsolini revealed the social media drama has turned deadly on Twitter.
Ghost revealed he had not accepted Bronson’s open apology in an interview this week.
“Will you accept the apology,” someone asked Ghost. “No. That’s it,” Ghost responded. (Revolt TV)
Footage of Ghost dissing Bronson surfaced online Monday (July 20).
“You got this little fake a** n*gga Action Bronson running around, sounding like me but I want to tell this little fat f*ck something. I gave you a grace period n*gga. I was supposed to destroy you a long time ago, you on on Sports Nation, kicking that sh*t, acting like, yo, you the n*gga. … First of all, you little fat f*ck, who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherf*cking mouth? … You done f*cked up, right? You know what I mean – you could never f*ck with my pen.” (YouTube)
Bronson almost immediately responded to Ghost on Twitter.
The incident sparked attention from West Coast rapper Nipsey Hussle.
I feel my nigga @GhostfaceKillah tho.
Wrong is wrong.
— THA GREAT (@NipseyHussle) July 20, 2015
Earlier this month, Bronson shot out some dicey words toward Ghost.
“I think it’s indifferent to me at this point [to compare us.] People are going to make comparisons regardless and I’m just glad it’s one of the greats. … [Ghostface] isn’t rapping like this no more.” (Sports Nation)