Boy Stop: Ghostface Isn’t Worried About You, Wiz


Today there's a super-edited soundbite clip from Philly's 100.3 The Beat Star & Buc Wild morning show floating around, trying to fill rap's generation gap with muck. The hosts prompt FADER #72 cover star Wiz Khalifa to respond to Ghostface Killah's alleged dismissal of his new single (that's still ranking lower than his old single) "Roll Up." Wiz said seasoned rappers should watch what they say about new-media savvy acts beloved by his "young generation of fans," a group they should "probably sell some records to." Problem is, far as we can tell Ghost hasn't said shit on the internet about Wiz, has barely even touched his twitter account since his Valentines Day pro-yammin rant. Rather, the "corny" antagonizer was the mystery author of Big Ghost Chronicles, a nasty-funny blog tribute to the particular way Tony Starks employs language. The offending statements were these:

Boy Stop: Ghostface Isn’t Worried About You, Wiz