Wu-Tang’s RZA has recently confirmed that he is working on a pair of biopics centered around his former Clan member, Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Dirty White Boy is expected to focus on the latter years of the late artist as well as on his manager during the last two years. Dirt: One Word Could Change The World will then act as your expected biopic, dealing with Ol’ DB’s rise to prominence. It is said that RZA is slated to be featured in the film as he may end up playing himself. See below to find out what the well-rounded artist had to say regarding the pair of works.
Me and [ODB] ran through this city, man, cutting school, stealing pretzels from the hot dog stand, being vagabonds, sleeping on the trains, drinking ’40s on the back of the A Train, rapping, getting chased by the police. It’s a coming of age story that me and him and a few of our cousins went through. Then it goes on into finally becoming Wu-Tang, going through that hell. And then it takes on his side of it, not my side.