Is that a g-g-g-ghost? Nope, it’s just a hologram of Roll Fizzlebeef, a.k.a. Dirt McGirt, a.k.a. Big Baby Jesus, a.k.a. Joe Bananas, a.k.a. Ol Dirty Bastard performing “Shame on a N*gga” and “Shimmy Shimmy Ya” with Wu-Tang Clan at Rock the Bells San Bernardino. Attendees were also treated to fake Eazy-E, and a terrible performance.
For the first half-hour of Wu-Tang Clan’s headlining set Sunday night, all seemed to run smooth. Yes, it was weird and unexpected that Raekwon and Ghostface Killah never showed up, but the remaining members were poised and energetic on classic tracks like “Da Mystery of Chessboxin’” and “Clan in da Front.” At the end of the set: a widely discussed Ol Dirty Bastard hologram performing with his former group.
The beginning would prove to be the best part, though, as the music began to cut out after 10 songs, eventually shutting down entirely. Method Man, at first, made the best of it, making a few jokes and freestyling about Rock the Bells and LeBron James. When two minutes of no music became five, the rapper became agitated. “Two more minutes and I’m walking out of here, hologram or not,” he said. “I’m tired of this sh*t. This sh*t doesn’t happen at rock and roll concerts.” It didn’t help that every other member stood around and didn’t offer to freestyle, ad lib or kick an a cappella of one of hundreds of Wu songs. (Via)
“I’m walking out of here, hologram or not.” The future is great.
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