Action Bronson Says He Wants to Slam Radio Host Through a Wall After He Brings Up Ghostface Killah
UPDATE: Action Bronson has seemingly spoken up about his appearance on KFC Radio. He defends his response to the host of the radio show and confirms that he has no beef with anyone.
"DUDES WILL DO ANYTHING FOR CLICKS AND ITS SAD. THE MAIN PURPOSE OF ME DOING ANY APPEARANCES IS TO PROMOTE MY BOOK. THATS IT. I HAVE NO BEEF WITH ANYBODY AND TO TRY AND STIR THINGS UP FOR FRAT BOY HIGH FIVES AND LAUGHS DESERVES A SLAM THROUGH THE WALL. THATS IT," Bronson tweeted on Wednesday (April 3).
Check out his response below.
During an interview Barstool Sports' KFC Radio posted yesterday (April 2), John Feitelberg asks the Flushing, Queens rapper which celebrities he would pick to meet aliens and be the ambassadors. Then co-host Kevin Clancy asks Bronson if he would pick Ghostface. Bronson doesn't seem happy about that option. Although Clancy attempts to pivot and speak about wrestlers meeting the aliens, Bronson manages to express how he really feels about the question.
"I'd like to slam you through a fucking wall right now," Bronson says towards the end of a clip of the interview.
The conversation seems comical at first. Bronson begins by naming the late Prince to meet the aliens. Afterward, Clancy asks if he would send Ghostface to the meeting. That's when Bronson appears to lose interest in the conversation.
"Why would we want to send him there?" Bronson responded. "That's fucking ridiculous. I bet you think that was really cute, right, that you brought that up? That's fucking stupid. It's dumb. It's ridiculous."
Action Bronson and Ghostface Killah's beef began back in 2015 when Bronson claimed that Ghostface Killah “isn’t rapping like this anymore” on ESPN’s SportsNation. He also deleted tweets that deemed Ghost as his idol. Although Bronson later apologized, Ghost didn't accept the apology. Ghost issued a scathing video denouncing Bronson, but the Staten Island legend later confirmed to XXL that his problems with Bronson are over.
Watch Action Bronson's exchange with KFC Radio and Barstool Sports CEO's response below.
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