Ghostface Killah’s son, Infinite Coles, claims the Wu-Tang legend has left him brokenhearted for his 15 year absence.
On Monday (May 24), Coles posted a lengthy condemnation of Ghostface, and said he was “the full definition of a deadbeat.”
“I have never been the type to go online and talk about my personal life, my family or my emotions,” Infinite wrote. “However, today I’m giving an inside look into my broken heart, because I am feeling more lost and hopeless than I have ever been. @therealghostfacekillah I didn’t really want to do this; but at this point, I’m tired of keeping quiet to save your reputation. I’m tired of the PAIN. My heart has been aching and longing to be loved by you, MY FATHER for way too long.”
He continued, “So since you are unreachable perhaps this will get your attention. I haven’t had a full conversation with you or seen you in over 15 years! You haven’t once tried to reach out to me to see how I’m feeling or how I’m doing. I have messages that literally show me reaching out to you and receiving no response for over a DECADE!”
“The legend that you all love, Ghostface Killah is the full definition of a deadbeat. Dad, you let us live without light, gas or even communication from you for years. You have all this coin and yet you allow my uncles to clean up your mess. I have lived in a shelter for almost a year in 2020 during Covid and you haven’t reached out once to help me or to see if I was even alive!”
He added, “For many years, you made me hate myself, until I developed the courage to snap the fuck out of it and realize that there was nothing wrong with me, but there’s everything wrong with YOU.”
Infinite Coles mentioned in an interview with Crack that he developed a closer bond with his uncle RZA, than with his dad.
“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 explains, pointing out that he’s calling from RZA’s home. “He had me listening to a whole bunch of throwback music, from Luther Vandross, Marvin Gaye, Patti LeBelle. That’s what I like to listen to, especially when I’m around my family. If I’m alone I go off a vibe, so for the new singers I’d probably say like SZA, [FKA] twigs, The Internet,” he smiles. “The list could go on, I love music.”
Ghostface Killah has yet to given a public response.