VIDEO Ghostface Killah Threatens to set Action Bronson’s Beard on Fire

Wu Tang Clan rapper Ghostface Killah threatened to set fellow rapper Action Bronson’s beard on fire in a filmed rant posted online today.

The video shows the hip-hop artist talking directly to camera and calling out Bronson, who has repeatedly been compared to him in the past.

“First of all you little fat fuck, who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherfucking mouth,” Ghostface says. “Boy you done made a mistake boy. You done fucked up. Because listen man, you could never fuck with my pen. My sword, my blade, whatever you want to call it, I’m too nasty for you. This is why the fuck you look up to me, and sound like me.”

Continuing his tirade, Ghostface appears to threaten physical violence against his fellow artist and says: “You walk around the club with no shoes on, a big ass beard that one day I might set on fire just for saying my name. Doing 25 years doesn’t sound so good, but I got shooters who’ll do that. Those shooters are not from New York. I don’t think you know the magnitude of what you have done. ”

It has been suggested by fans that the dispute goes back to a recent media appearance by Bronson in which he was told by his host that he sounded like Ghostface Killah. Appearing on US TV show SportsNation, he replied: “He’s not rapping like this no more.”

Bronson has since apologised for any upset he caused to Ghostface Killah in the following tweet:

Bronson tours the UK in September. The stint will kick off at London’s Roundhouse on September 13, with the rapper then traveling to Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol later in the month. See the full schedule below.

The rapper released ‘Mr Wonderful’, his first album released on a major label after signing with Atlantic Records, earlier this year. It followed a series of mixtapes, including the ‘Blue Chips’ series, produced by Bronson and production team Party Supplies.

Bronson will play:

London Roundhouse (September 13)
Glasgow O2 ABC (15)
Manchester The Ritz (16)
Birmingham The Institute (18)
Bristol O2 Academy 1 (19)

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