Ever since Action Bronson came onto the scene, his voice and flow has been compared to Wu-Tang Clan legend, Ghostface Killah.
It’s so similar, Ghost told Vlad TV recently that he even confused Bronson for him in the past. “I thought he was me one day, when I first got put on and sh*t. I’m asking myself, ‘When the f*ck did I do that verse?'”
During an appearance on ESPN’s SportsNation earlier this month, Bronson was asked about the comparison again, and seemed to take a shot at Ghost.
“I think it’s indifferent at this point. People compare Coke and Pepsi. People compare everything. No matter what, you’re going to get a comparison to something. I’m just glad it’s one of the greats,” Bronson said, before adding: “He’s not rapping like this no more.”
On Monday (July 20), Ghostface took to Youtube with a response, blacking out on Bronson, telling him to watch his mouth.
“You got this little fake a$$ n*gga Action Bronson, running around, sounding like me. But I wanna tell this lil’ fat f*ck something,” he said. “I gave you a grace period n*gga. I was supposed to have destroyed you a long time ago. You go on SportsNation kicking that sh*t, acting like you the n*gga, and like, where I’m at? First of all you lil’ fat f*ck, who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherf*cking mouth? Bron’ you done made a mistake boy. You done f*cked up man.
“Because listen man, you could never f*ck with my pen my n*gga. I’m too nasty for you. This is why the f*ck you look up to me and sound like me. I’m not making this a black or white thing my n*gga. I’m making this a Ghost/Action Bronson thing. You have to watch what you say, but I guess you’ve never been taught that. You walk around the club with no shoes on. [A] big a** beard that one day I might set that sh*t on fire, just for f*cking saying my name. I got [shooter’s] that’ll do disappearing acts on motherf*cker’s for nothing. This fat, funky a$$ n*gga is a fraud. Don’t let me hang you from a f*cking rope and guy you like a pig!”
Ghost’s comments got back to Bronson later Monday and he took to Twitter, admitting his was wrong, though he didn’t mention the rap legend.
When ur wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I'll always be a stand up human. Much love.
— *LAMB OVER RICE* (@ActionBronson) July 20, 2015