Method Man appeared again last Friday on the All Out Show, and criticized the media for taking his point “out of context.”
In addition, Method Man clarified his personal feelings on Waka Flocka.
“[My statement] wasn’t about that man or what that man do. It was about the statement [Waka made],” Meth detailed. “I don’t even know that man to feel any type of way about that man….Anybody trying to eat legally and get their money the way I try to get mines, and ain’t never gonna knock them, man. That’s the last time I say anything about any fu**ing emcee or what they do. I’m going to keep my business to myself.”
“I appreciate that that man took the high road, I respect that man for that because I was way out of context. I can honestly say that because I didn’t know where the information came from, or how it was stated. But from the input that I got, his s**twas taken out of context when he made that statement.”
Method Man is making promotional rounds in preparation for a March 30 collaboration LP with Raekwon and Ghostface Killah entitled Wu-Massacre.
The album will feature production from The RZA, Scram Jones, and Mathematics.
Waka Flocka Flame’s debut project Murda Man Flocka is expected to drop this year.
The first single, “O Let’s Do It,” was released in December.