Don't mess with Ghostface Killah or he'll "gut you like a pig." The rapper stays true to the ethos that "Wu-Tang Clan ain't nuthing ta f--- wit" in a six-minute rant aimed at Action Bronson.

While Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes' "Be For Real" serves as the soundtrack in a self-made video, Ghost fires back at Bronson for remarks he made about the Ironman creator on ESPN's SportsNation last month.

"I want to tell this little fat f--- something. I gave you a grace period n----. I sposed to destroy you a long time ago. You go on SportsNation kickin' that s---, acting like you the n---- and like where I'm at," Ghost states. "First of all you little fat f---, who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherf---in' mouth."

If you're out of the loop, let's get you caught up. During the SportsNation interview, Bronson was asked whether the constant comparisons to Ghostface have helped or hindered his career. While claiming that it's "indifferent at this point," he went on to say, “[Ghostface] isn’t rapping like this no more.” Obviously, Tony Starks took offense to his words.

As Ghost continued his rant, he explained that he even called up the Mr. Wonderful creator to address what had been said on live television, to which he owned up to his wrongdoing. However, when Bronson attempted to fix the situation by tweeting his apologies and respect for Ghostface, the fact that he deleted the tweets afterward further infuriated him.

"Your fans? Those are my fans first, you understand what I'm saying. I'm not making this a black or white thing, my n----, I'm making this a Ghost-Action Bronson thing, you know what I mean," the Wu-Tang member continued. "You don't come out your mouth using my name on how you want to use it just because the spotlight is in your face, my n----, the microphone is in your face. You have to learn how to watch what you say. I guess you never been taught that because you're not a real n----." Now you get why Ghostface chose to use Teddy Pendergrass' lyrics to emphasis his point.

Before he finished sounding off on Bronsolino, he threatened to cut off his beard and informed him that he better watch his back because he knows people throughout the world that can help him pull off "disappearing acts." Bronson, Ghost knows your tour schedule. The shock factor here is this final statement: "Don't let me hang you from a f---ing rope and gut you like a pig, n----, and leave you out to dry 'cause it can get done."

It's apparent Ghostface Killah feels completely disrespected by Action Bronson, but making terroristic threats like this can only bring legal issues. Look at Young Thug's recent troubles after he was arrested for threatening to shoot a mall security guard.

Bronson addressed the "All That I Got Is You" MC with a single tweet, which he didn't delete this time. "When ur wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I'll always be a stand up human. Much love," he wrote.

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