The heavyweight Easy Rider star, who has drawn comparisons to Ghostface's style of rapping, criticised the hip-hop veteran during an interview on ESPN's SportsNation show earlier this month (Jul15), after interviewer Max Kellerman admitted he only bought Bronson's latest album, Mr. Wonderful, because he mistook his vocals for those of Ghostface.
Bronson responded, "He’s not rapping like this no more (sic)", adding, "Just being honest".
An angry Ghostface fired back at Bronson in a video message posted online on Monday (20Jul15), when he went as far as to threaten the 31 year old's life.
In the clip, he said, "First of all you fat f**k, who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherf**king mouth? Boy, you dun' made a mistake boy, you dun' f**ked up man...
"I've seen a lot of faces, been a lot of places... I got those kind of n**gas that'll do disappearing acts on motherf**kers for nothing, in all states... I know the tour schedule, man... just keep my name out your motherf**king mouth (sic)."
Bronson received the message loud and clear and took to his Twitter.com blog shortly afterwards to say sorry for his disparaging remarks.
He wrote, "When ur (sic) wrong ur wrong and I was wrong. I apologized for the comments. I'll always be a stand up human. Much love...
"Everyone says things they regret. I respect my elders and the forefathers of this art. Once again, I'm sorry."