GHOSTFACE KILLAH BEEFS:
GHOSTFACE KILLAH vs NOTORIOUS B.I.G.
Ghostface & Raekwon subliminally dissed The Notorious B.I.G. in several songs, most notably on 'Only Built 4 Cuban Linx' "Shark Niggaz (Biters)" skit, where the pair make angry reference to use of Nas' cover art aesthetics (a portrait of the artist as a young child or infant). Nas refers to this episode in his song "Last Real Nigga Alive" (on God's Son), where he confirms the tensions between Raekwon, Ghost and the Notorious B.I.G., stating: "...that's when Ghostface said it on 'The Purple Tape'/Bad Boy biting Nas album cover, wait...". Raekwon says "To top it all off, beef with White (Frank White - Biggie's alias)/pullin' bleach out, tryna throw it in my eyesight". Biggie then responds on "Kick in the Door" by saying "Fuck that, why try? Throw bleach in your eye"). Biggie later claimed he was a huge fan of Wu Tang, did a song with Method Man & Rza on his debut album, and performed live with ODB.
GHOSTFACE KILLAH vs MA$E
After badmouthing Wu-Tang at a concert, Bad Boy recording artist Mase had a run-in with Ghostface and his entourage at a club in New York City. There was some sort of physical altercation between Mase's and Ghostface's camps, and Mase left the incident with a broken jaw. Kanye West is among the rappers who have made reference to the incident, on his song "Through The Wire" "...If you could feel how my face felt// You would know how Mase felt". In a freestyle by Shyheim, he referred to it with "The Empire State, where Ghostface retired Mase."
GHOSTFACE KILLAH vs 50 CENT
Ghostface had a non publicized feud with 50 Cent in the late 90s and early 2000s. In 50 Cent's record "How To Rob" insults were aimed at high-profile rappers including Wu-Tang, and during an extended spoken-word "adlib" at the end of a radio freestyle. A skit referred to as "Clyde Smith" on Supreme Clientele (2000) features a low-pitched recording of what most fans believe to be Raekwon's voice derisively making reference to 50 Cent's behavior and methods of attracting media attention to himself through publicized "beef" feuds with other rappers. There have been rumors of altercations between Ghostface and 50 Cent, however none have been proven to be 100% true. One of which describes 50 Cent been thrown down a flight of stairs by Ghostface Killah. In the early 2000s, 50 Cent had a short freestyle dissing Wu Tang Clan and at the end of the tape criticized their use of the term "god." After 50 Cent rose to fame, both he and Ghostface talked in interviews about the supposed beef, both saying that nothing major happened.
GHOSTFACE KILLAH vs D4L
Ghostface dissed Atlanta group D4L during his 2005 tour. Ghost would mock the "snap dance" while Laffy Taffy was played by his DJ. However, Ghost failed to do the routine when he performed at the Roxy Theater in Atlanta, Georgia (D4L's hometown). D4L will not respond saying they have too much respect for Ghostface and listen to songs by him and Raekwon for inspiration.
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