If you need proof that a downtown Dayton business ain't nothing to (bleep) with, turn to RZA's Facebook page.
The member of the legendary hip-hop squad Wu-Tang Clan gave The Barrel House, 417 E. Third St. in downtown Dayton, a shout-out for the record books on Friday night.
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As we first told you in December, the bar's owners, Gus Stathes and his fiancée Sara Levin, are major Wu-Tang fans.
They launched Wu-Tang Wednesdays with the following posted warning:
"Dear Parents and Prudes,
We will be playing unedited hip hop all day today for Wu-Tang Wednesday. Due to the nature of the music, there may be language which may offend you or your kids.
Unless of course you take parenting advice from Ol' Dirty Bastard, in which case — WU-TANG IS FOR THE CHILDREN."
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The Barrel House's notice somehow made it to RZA and he responded by posting a photo of the Barrel House's sign on his official Facebook page with the sentence "Wu Tang is for the children."
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