Bronson took some slight shots during his appearance on SportsNation, where he said Ghostface needed something to invigorate his career. Adding to that, Bronson wanted people to know that the comparisons are getting old and that he’s become his own fully fledged artist.
Well, Ghostface wasn’t too happy with Bronson’s comments and proceeded to teach him a lesson in keeping his name out of his mouth. In a nearly seven-minute video, he lets Bronson know that you should never question his relevancy again. Naturally, Bronson responded on Twitter and apologized, “When ur wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I'll always be a stand up human. Much love.”
Watch Ghosface’s epic response here and prepare for a few laughs. He goes in.
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