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A Wu-Tang Clan Theme Park Could Be Coming Soon

By Stephanie Ogbogu

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Imagine a RZA rollercoaster, a Tical Tilt-a-Whirl, or an Old Dirty Freefall. If all goes well, supporters of the Wu-Tang Clan will soon be able to take their fandom to new heights. According to reports by MassLive, there are some serious talks about a theme park being planned in the hip hop group’s honor.

Jimmy S. Kang, the vice president of Wu-Tang Management who also oversees Wu-Tang Radio, Wu-Tang DJ Coalition, and Protect Ya Neck records and distribution, is reportedly in talks with officials in Seoul, South Korea to create a Wu-Tang themed amusement park.

Unfortunately, only reporters were provided a sneak peek of what is to come and a possible date for the finished project has not been revealed. However, if this happens, it would be the first time a rap group has ever had its own theme park.

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