There's little mystery once Queens rapper Action Bronson starts his verses - he sounds a lot like Ghostface Killah. It's a comparison that both sides are frequently reminded of, like during Action Bronson's visit to ESPN's show SportsNation. During the taping, Bronson (Arian Asllani) was asked about the similarities, which he's been getting since breaking out in 2011 after releasing Dr. Lecter. At first, Bronson sounds deftly appreciative of the comparisons, saying, "I think it's indifferent at this point. People compare Coke and Pepsi. People compare everything. No matter what, you're going to get a comparison to something. I'm just glad it's one of the greats."

Host Max Kellerman afterwards joked about hearing Bronson for the first time and confusing the two, but still ended up buying the record "right there." Bronson responds, saying, "He's not rapping like this no more." After what sounds like a shot at Ghostface, he continues, saying, "No, just being honest." Later, he leaves an ambiguous comment after host Marcellus Wiley jokes that Ghostface "gotta come out with a remix," saying "He needs something."

Ghostface didn't take kindly to it, at all, posting a lengthy response, which can be seen below.

"You can never fuck with my pen, my n**ga," he says. "My sword, my blade, whatever you wanna call it. I'm too nasty for you. This is why the fuck you look up to me and sound like me."

The response is long and personal, ranging from visual attacks on Bronson to Ghostface claiming, "Your fans? Those were my fans first." But the strongest, perhaps, is that Bronson wasn't even worthy of comparisons, saying, "Who gives you the right to even mention my name out your motherfucking mouth?"

After the video release, Bronson responded on Twitter, saying:

This may not be the end of things between the two, but Bronson seems to want to put this entire event past him. Check out The 405's recent reviews of Ghosftace Killah and Adrian Younge's Twelve Reasons To Die II and Action Bronson's Mr. Wonderful.