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Action Bronson put himself in a can’t win situation, but his beard is safe. After Ghostface Killah verbally thrashed him today for what he felt was a slick talked slight on ESPN, the Queens rapper took to Twitter to apologize.

“When ur wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I’ll always be a stand up human. Much love,” tweeted Bronson today (June 20). “If only more people apologized when they knew they were wrong.”

Considering the harshness of Ghostface Killah’s six-minute, Teddy Pendergrass soundtracked rant, Bam Bam was subject of much slander and was trending most of the day.

There will be those that will say Bronson got punked. Whatever, bruh. You gotta respect the man for actually having the heart to admit that he was wrong.

No word if Ghostface has accepted his apology just yet, but anymore pile on from the Wu-Tang Clan rapper, and fans, would be tasteless.

Peep the rest of Bronson’s commentary on the situation below and on the following pages.

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