Wu-Tang Clan rapper OL' DIRTY BASTARD has slammed reports he is leaving the group.

The C.R.E.A.M. star has furiously denied reports he had turned his back on producer The RZA to join Damon Dash's record company ROC-A-FELLA.

And although ODB - who was recently released from prison - has just released a solo album, his manager JARRED WEISFELD insists he will collaborate with the band again.

Weisfeld says, "ODB will never leave Wu and his album has five songs produced by The RZA featuring songs with Macy Gray, Ghostface, Method Man, BUDDHA MONK. If Wu-Tang does another album there is no chance Dirty won't be on it."

12/03/2004 17:14