"Baby Blue" rapper Action Bronson knows he’s in the wrong. So when he infuriated Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah after an interview on ESPN's "SportsNation, he issued an apology. But not before the Wu-Tang member slammed him in a 6-minute YouTube video.

Action Bronson, whose real name is Arian Asllani, issued several apologies Monday. “When [you’re] wrong, [you’re] wrong, and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I'll always be a stand-up human. Much love,” he wrote in his first tweet.

Action Bronson continued to say sorry. "If only more people apologized when they knew they were wrong,” he said. “Everyone says things they regret. I respect my elders and the forefathers of this art. Once again, I'm sorry.”

The drama unfolded earlier this month when Action Bronson was asked about the constant comparisons to Ghostface -- the two have similar vocals. Bronson responded, “He's not rapping like this no more," according to Pitchfork.com.

The Wu-Tang member, 45, took his answer as a diss and issued a response Monday. "Who gives you the right to even mention my name out your mother---ing mouth," he said. "Boy, you done made a mistake."

“Listen man, you could never f--- with my pen, my n----. My sword, my blade, whatever you want to call it, I’m too nasty for you. This is why the f--- you look up to me and sound like me,” Ghostface said. “Don’t let me hang you from a f---in’ rope and gut you like a pig to let you out to dry, ’cause it can get done,” the rapper finished his video.

Ghostface has not responded to Action’s apology. Instead, he shared articles about his rebuttal. The NSFW video contains graphic language but can be viewed below:

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