Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007 at 2:30 pm
Last week, Wu-Tang Clan announced that they would be cancelling their scheduled fall outing in November and December. According to Wu-Tang’s website, the tour has been rescheduled to start in Spring 2008. There’s no reason why, but Ghostface is continuing his tour through to November 21.
Wu-Tang also announced that their anticipated album, “8 Diagrams,” has been pushed back to December 11. It was originally pushed back to December 4, the same day that Ghostface’s album, “The Big Dough Rehab” is dropping. Ghostface wasn’t happy about that release date, seeing that it competes with his new album, and he let MTV News know about it.
"I got on some of them," Ghostface told MTV of his participation in recording tracks for "8 Diagrams." "A few of them. … N—as better pay my f—ing money. Matter of fact, they can keep the money–just get me out of their life right now. They can keep that money, it’s all good now. I don’t even wanna talk about it no more. I had December 4 for the longest. But the Wu album, brothers was kinda late on doing whatever they were doing and pushed it back … on my date. … I’m not [mad at] all the members. It’s not based on the members, but the hierarchy at Wu-Tang Clan is on some bullsh–. They trying to f— around and make me push my album back and doing all this." CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO " TAKE IT BACK"