Good news has arrived for Ol' Dirty Bastard and Wu-Tang Fans alike.
After the documentary Dirty: Platinum Edition (which detailed the late rapper's life in full) was embroiled in legal drama with his estate, the November 15 screening of the film came to a screeching halt--while an audience had already gathered.
Such struggle frustrated friends and Wu-Tang Clan members but has since been resolved according to The Nuho Film Festival.
The NuHo Film Festival apologizes to all the individuals who attended the November 15th red carpet screening, to our media partner AllHipHop.com who was not expecting the event to turn out the way it did, to the press that attended, but most importantly to all Wu-Tang and ODB fans who were expecting to enjoy the film on November 15th at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Ironically the film was created by ODB's cousin, Raison Allah but it was the "Brooklyn Zoo" MC's widow, Icelene Jones who had the final say in the matter.
The film is available now at www.nuhofilmfest.com/odb for a $5.99 online rental stream.