Season two of Wu-Tang: An American Saga finally dropped on Hulu yesterday and fans were shocked after watching Ghostface Killah get shot in the neck.
The fictional rap drama follows the making of the Wu-Tang Clan, a hiphop group formed in Staten Island in 1992.
Members of the group included: RZA, GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killa.
Who are Ghostface Killah’s kids?
Ghostface Killah’s son Dennis Ames, who goes by stage name Sun God, is a rapper just like his father.
Sun God joined forces with iNTelLL, the son of U-God, PXWER, son of Method Man, and “Young Dirty Bastard,” son of the late “Old Dirty Bastard,” to form the second generation of Wu-Tang. They called themselves 2nd Generation Wu.
Ghostface also has another son who wraps called Supreme-Intelligence. He appeared in a 2014 rap freestyle for Forbez DVD with his father and Sun God.
Ghostface’s third son Infinite Coles also pursues music.
The rapper also has a daughter, though not much is known about her and her name has never been revealed publicly.
Infinite Coles opens up about relationship with Ghostface Killah
Infinite Coles told Crack Magazine that they weren’t very close to their father, stating:
“I’m not really close to my real dad like that – my uncle has been taking care of me as long as I can remember, so he is definitely one of my biggest inspirations.”
Infinite has always known he was gay, and explained to Nylon in 2017 that the use of homophobic slurs in their father’s songs led to the two of them becoming distant. He said:
“It annoyed me, and it made me feel like I was being shoved into the closet. It made me feel like Wu-Tang was talking about me.”
However, Infinite explained that there was “no shade” towards his father, and the two of them were working towards building a healthier relationship.