Published Feb 08, 2008There appears to be more ill-mannered bitching in the Wu-Tang camp as Ghostface Killah and Raekwon have publicly condemned the production of fellow member RZA on the collectives recent album, 8 Diagrams again. (The first instance, if you remember, came when Raekwon voiced his opinion on YouTube with a venomous video regarding the album.)
"The album didn't really have that energy that everybody knows the Clan for, Raekwon admitted to the Times. "Plus RZA on the production, he wasn't coming with the heat. It's like giving somebody a sandwich and him saying: Yo, I love the way you make those sandwiches.' Then you give the n**** a sandwich again, n**** spits the shit out and says: What kind of cheese is this? This bread is all hard and crunchy.'
Yes, of course.
To make matters worse, Ghostface further attacked RZA, accusing him of leaving the MC off "Life Changes," a poignant homage to late Wu-Tang member Ol Dirty Bastard. When asked about the snub, Ghostface responded, "Because RZA was a dickhead. He left me out. RZA tried to be funny and not get that music to me. How you gonna do that? That's my brother's death.
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