During the conversation, Masta Killa addressed rumors of an alleged beef with Cheo Hodari Coker, denying that he punched him over an article about Wu-Tang cartoon drawings.
Masta Killa also discussed the global Wu-Tang following and specifically the love they receive in the UK. He went on to detail how he appreciates the experience much more now that he is older, and not right in the middle of creating so that he can soak up what he and his group members accomplished.
In this clip, Masta Killa recollects his time and relationship with the late Ol' Dirty Bastard. Masta Killa spoke about the night he got the news of ODB's passing. He said him and GZA were playing chess when he got the call and initially hoped that it was a prank. Masta Killa said that ODB was known for his antics, so he was expecting this to be a continuation of that but soon learned the reality of it. Masta Killa also recalled some of his best greatest moments with ODB, in particular, watching him lay down "Rawhide" live in the studio.
In this VladTV exclusive, Masta Killa talks about working with artists like Method Man, GZA, Prodigy, Crooked I, and Sean Price. He mentions that he has a ton of respect for late rappers Prodigy and Sean Price, describing them as legends. In regards to Wu-Tang, Masta Killa said he enjoyed vibing in the studio and working together with the group. Apparently, the last time every member was together was around New Years. Overall, he misses the energy of the group and recalls when they used to drive around and tour in an 18-passenger van.