Raekwon Says He Did Not Film "Wu-Tang Forever" Video With Drake
Exclusive: Raekwon says he was not present for the "Wu-Tang Forever" music video shoot, but says he hopes it "comes out great."
Yesterday (January 13), it was reported that Drake filmed his "Wu-Tang Forever" music video alongside A$AP Rocky. Some reports claimed that Wu-Tang Clan members were also involved in the music video shoot. HipHopDX contacted Raekwon regarding his rumored involvement in the music video.
"I heard they did it," Raekwon said regarding the music video for "Wu-Tang Forever" in an exclusive statement to HipHopDX. "I wasn't present, but [I] hope it comes out great."
In October 2013, Raekwon was asked if he added a verse to Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever."
"I ain't get a chance to bust my joint off yet, but I talked to Drake and we're gonna get to it," Raekwon said in an interview with MTV at the time. "It just was like, we was on the road. Things was happening so quick. Some brothers were able to go in there and smash out, and unfortunately, I wasn't able to get there yet, but it's gonna happen though."
"I never made it on the song," Deck said exclusively to HipHopDX. "Actually, I went back to the hotel. Late night, I left. From my understanding, Meth got on the song, U-God, I think Masta Killah, Capp, not sure. But, I know that there were verses from the Clan on the song."