Wu Tang Clan
Wu-Tang is for the children.
The two bands began a tour together back in 1997 – now, the Wu-Tang leader wants them to finish it.
Wu-Tang is forever.
Cue the Glasto FOMO.
Protect ya necks; Wu-Tang are back.
PROTECT YA NECKS… it looks like something’s coming.
The ‘Liquid Swords’ rapper is back for his first tour in five years.
He’s come good on his promise.
Have we reached peak vegan?
Better late than never.
“RZA put the ball in my hand. He said ‘Yo, I want you to do it'”
But they need your help.
Being confused for Andre “Christ Bearer” Johnson, Marques “Andre Roxx” Johnson is seeking damages from the celebrity news outlet.
“We going to to get these laws changed for y’all,” they told the crowd at their Hordern Pavilion show.
Turns out he’s part of the reason why Wu-Tang are in Australia in the first place.
Looks like Wu-Tang’s next release might feature some locally recorded tunes.
Promoters have moved the show from Allphones Arena to The Hordern Pavilion, citing fan insistence.