Wu-Tang Clan have been making music for over two decades, and they've probably been fighting amongst themselves for just as long. Their recent album, A Better Tomorrowwas widely panned amongst persistent rumors that the Wu's members still can't get along. In the newest issue of NME, RZA is quoted as saying "There was a lot of opposition within the Wu-Tang circle to doing the album… I'll level with you, the chemistry's not all that good right now."

The lack of chemistry should come as no surprise to fans of the Wu; in a since-deleted Instagram post last week, Method Man referred to A BetterTomorrow as "RZA's album." RZA, who attempted to wrangle a group of increasingly crotchety rappers, would go on to grimly compare the album to a child that "comes out with one arm. You gonna love that child, make the best out of that situation and help it have the best life it can." How wonderful.