If you thought that “Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing to Fuck Wit” wasn’t admissible testimony in a court of law, clearly you aren’t a fan of the hit syndicated TV series Divorce Court.
A man named Nathan Sellers recently went on the show to settle his divorce with his wife, Lia, and accused the young woman of letting the entire Wu-Tang Clan “enter her 36 chambers,” if you catch my meaning. Mr. Sellers told Judge Lynn Toler (who, by the way, has a degree from Harvard and got her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania) that his wife spent the night with the legendary rap/hip-hop group. He seemed to believe that “Wu Tang gave it to [her] with no trivia, raw like cocaine straight from Bolivia”…respectfully, of course.
Mrs. Sellers insisted that nothing undue took place:
“Nothing inappropriate happened. Let me put on the record that the Wu-Tang is nothing but gentlemen. They treated me highly respectful, I would never cheat on him. Also, don’t know if this is appropriate to say, but I would never be like a bust-down or a groupie in that type of situation. I kept my lady points together. I met Wu-Tang, I went backstage and got on their tour bus, I went back to the hotel and I was just hanging out all night. And it was amazing.”
So, she claimed that she would never be a “bust-down,” or groupie, a term that Judge Lynn had never heard before, although the esteemed Judge conceded that Mrs. Sellers’ actions could be construed as “bust-down behavior.”
I assume that the Ol’ Dirty Bastard couldn’t make it that night (RIP ODB), but he sent his regards. Dudda Dudda Dudda.
Look at it this way, man: At least she didn’t spend the night with REO Speedwagon, J.Geils Band, or Earth, Wind AND Fire. (Note: Wind couldn’t be reached for comment at the time of printing) .