By Liz Tracy
By David Rolland
By Alex Rendon
By Terrence McCoy
By Natalya Jones
By County Grind
By Liz Tracy
By Chris Joseph
The way I'm giving it to you, on a scale of one to ten, I'm only giving you a three. I don't like advocating our problems like this. I don't get a kick outta that. But at the same time, I'm a grown man with a family. And it ain't just me, so I don't feel like I'm snitching. Niggas are just being men, and we care about each other. Today, I may be mad; tomorrow, I may be a little cool with things. At the end of the day, it's always gonna be Wu-Tang forever in my book. I'm gonna rep it till the death, he gonna rep it till the death, the Clan gonna rep it till the death. Respect plays a major part in our success, man.
Well, let's change the subject. ODB's son went on tour with you last time....
Yes, sir. We love little ODB. School is the most important thing for him right now. He is still young, and he has a lot to learn. We all feel that before he can be out here with us, he's gotta get that education, boy. You gotta make your mother happy. You wanna talk to Ghost?
That would be great.
Ghostface Killah: One two. One two.
Yeah. Listen, Raekwon just told you everything. It is what it is. RZA's darkness will come to the light. We can't let one person fuck everything up for us. We came too far, and we are already in too deep.
How has Wu-Tang been for you without ODB?
It's fucked-up. You know what I mean? Somebody you grew up with is missing. You got the Big Doe Rehab or what?
The album you just put out?
Who the fuck am I talking to? You don't even know my fucking album?
It came out the same day as 8 Diagrams.
I'm getting off the phone. Fuck this nigga.