Via Sub0 DVD footage:
How old this footage is, I don't know. She said she's Hov's right hand b*tch, so was this before or after she got dropped from Def Jam? Does she hear herself? Come on, b.
Raekwon, presently the next most relevant member out of the Wu-Tang Clan after Ghostface, cancelled his appearance in the recent photo shoot scheduled for the URB Mag. Apparently, Mel Carter, Raekwon's manager, expressed in an email that "If the business is not taken care of [then] there will be no album or tour."
However, RZA dismissed Carter's credibility:
"That's a problem. You talk to someone like Mel Carter, who's my buddy or whatever. He's not a Wu-Tang member. He could never understand the importance of what Wu-Tang is. He can only see it from a business point of view. Everybody be talking about the deals. Fuck the deals. We aren't special because of no deals; we special because when we come together, we make music that changes the world."
"When it comes to photos and press and all that shit, I agree with anybody in the crew that say, 'Yo, I want my business straight before I start talking to people,'" RZA backed Raekwon on his M.I.A status to URB. "I understand that. I told them that's their prerogative."
But Raekwon took a different stance when addressing the fact that Ghostface hasn't laid even a single bar for the Wu Tang's "upcoming" effort:
"I told Ghost, 'Yo, I'll do this album without you, Ghost. I'll do it without you, man, because it ain't about you; it ain't about me; it's about Wu-Tang. It's about what it means to the people. It ain't about what it means to us no more.'"
Why am I not surprised. I knew Steve Rifkind was overzealous for no reason.