Four Years Later, RZA, Ghostface Killah, Masta Killa & U-God Also Deny Sleeping With 'Divorce Court' Woman
Looks like Nathan Sellers was wrong after all.
In 2015, the Wu-Tang Clan found themselves at the center of relationship gone wrong between Nathan Sellers and Lia Palmquist. Sellers had accused Palmquist of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan on an episode of Divorce Court.
According to Palmquist, the story went that she met the Staten Island rap collective after a show, got on their tour bus and went back to their hotel with them where they ended up “talking about politics” until seven in the morning. When she returned home Sellers, who was living with her at the time, accused her of sleeping with the entire group. That’s right, all of them: RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, U-God, Inspectah Deck, Masta Killa and Cappadonna.
“She gave Wu some Tang,” Sellers had told Divorce Court Judge Lynn Toler.
“Let me just put on the record that Wu-Tang is nothing but gentlemen,” Palmquist said “They treated me highly respectful. I would never cheat on him. I… I don’t know if this is appropriate to say, but I’d never be a ‘busdown’ or a groupie in that type of situation. I kept my lady points together.”
At the time, Method Man and Raekwon had denied the claim, and the Wu’s manager, Simon Green, issued a statement on their behalf, saying: “The Wu-Tang Clan are polite and well mannered boys and sometimes girls mistake signals as friendliness. I have a general rule – no girls on the bus unless they want to talk about music, politics or chess.”
Now, other members of the rap group have also spoken on the now viral moment.
“Yeah, that was funny,” RZA said to The Daily Beast. “Her boyfriend’s trying to do a divorce or a separation or some shit, and she supposedly got on a tour bus and fucked all of us. All I know is I ain’t fuck her! When I saw her, I was like, I ain’t been there.”
Ghostface, Masta Killa and U-God also spoke on it.
“That’s a fuckin’ lie. Some Judge Judy shit,” U-God said. “…That’s defamation of character.”
Well, there you have it — where are Sellers and Palmquist now?
Source: The Daily Beast