Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Popa Wu has offered some insight onto what really went down during his face-to-face with New York rapper Action Bronson this week at late rapper Sean Price‘s funeral service.
According to Popa, he did not son Bronson and, instead, treated him with respect during their talk.
Wu-Tang’s Ghostface Killah denied his involvement in the face-off on social media this week.
A picture of Bronson being confronted by a Wu associate emerged Tuesday (August 11) night.
Although brief with his words, rap star 50 Cent recently admitted he could see Ghost confronting Action in-person.
“I don’t know why he said that stuff,” Fif said when asked for his take on Action and Ghostface’s situation. “I think Ghost is gonna catch him. I really think he’s gonna catch that kid.” (Hot 104.1 FM)
Ghost revealed he had not accepted Bronson’s open apology in an interview last month.
“Will you accept the apology,” someone asked Ghost. “No. That’s it,” Ghost responded. (Revolt TV)