Ghostface Killah Rejects Action Bronson’s Apology, Azealia Banks Weighs In

Ghostface Killah isn’t going to let Action Bronson off the hook easily. On Monday, tension between the two reached a boiling point after the “Strictly 4 My Jeeps” rapper dissed the Wu-Tang Clan member during an appearance on ESPN’s “SportsNation.”

“He’s not rapping like this no more,” said Action. “Just being honest.”

In a YouTube response, Ghostface made it clear that he’s had enough of Bronson. “Who gives you the right to even mention my name?” he asked, adding, “Boy, you done made a mistake” and called him a “fraud.”

Ghostface went on to cite his classic albums. “Where the f**k is your Supreme Clienteles, ni**a? Where’s your Ironmans, ni**a? Where’s your Wizards of Poetry, ni**a?” he continued, while a Teddy Pendergrass song played in the background.

In a string of tweets, Bronson offered an apology to Ghost, writing, “When ur wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I’ll always be a stand up human. Much love.”

But the apology didn’t suffice. REVOLT TV caught up with Ghostface after his show with Raekwon at New York’s Irving Plaza on Monday night. When asked if he accepts Bronson’s apology, Ghostface issued a one-word response: “No.”

Not to be left out, Azealia Banks, who’s had her own beef with Bronson, jumped into the fray, tweeting (and later deleting) that she’d like to “stab” him and watch his “guts spill.”

“I have lots of disdain towards the men who have threatened me with bodily harm publicly,” she added. “Of course, no one cares that I get spoken to in these ways because I am not a white woman.”

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