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New York rapper Ghostface Killah is going to remain Wu-Tang until the casket drops. Tony Starks hit up social media this week to flex his love for the all-mighty Clan.

On Tuesday, Ghost flooded his Instagram feed with some epic-looking Wu posts.

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Plain and simple ……. #itswumotherfucker

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The Wu has an upcoming TV series set to premiere on streaming giant Hulu.

The upcoming series, entitled Wu-Tang: An American Saga, will be a 10-episode season, created and written by RZA and Superfly’s Alex Tse. The straight-to-series will reportedly be set in New York City during the 1990s. It will follow Bob Digs, aka RZA, as he forms the hip-hop group. The show is based on the previously released books, The Wu-Tang Manual and Tao of Wu. (VIBE)

Last week, both Wu’s Ghostface Killah and Method Man urged Nike to release a pair of Clan-inspired sneakers.

Outside of the Wu, Method Man is reportedly going ghost in a long-awaited sequel to his 2001 How High movie.

Sources close to “How High 2” tell TMZ … the hip-hop duo wasn’t cast in the made-for-TV movie after starring in the original stoner comedy. We’re told the sequel is going to be fundamentally different from the OG version — think sativa vs. indica — because it’s for a television PG-13 audience, and weed legalization has made strides since 2001, when Meth and Red blazed their way through Harvard. Meth and Red are MIA — probably ripping a bong somewhere — but one of the original producers, Shauna Garr, is returning. (TMZ)