Wu-Tang member Method Man had a lot to say about producer Cilvaringz recently, blaming him for the controversy surrounding the 88-year clause that would block the public release of the Once Upton A Time In Shaolin album.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, he referred to the producer as a “‘B’ Wu guy.”
“It’s never us coming with the gimmicks,” said Meth. “It’s always on the outside, a ‘B’ Wu guy or somebody like that coming with some crap that’s just so gimmicky.”
Cilvaringz reacted to Meth’s comments, telling HipHopDX he was surprised since he’s always had a good relationship with him.
“I got nothing but love and respect for Meth,” he said. “Dude’s been nothing but cool to me. He’s always been one of the realest dudes I met, so I’m surprised he went off on me like that publicly, that’s not really his style. Then again, he seemed frustrated with a variety of things—he’s right about some things he addressed and I wish communication had been better recently. I take no offense though, hope me and him can get to talk sooner or later.”