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DIRTY TALK!

But he'll have trouble fitting them in if all his plans come to fruition...

OL' DIRTY BASTARD has denied rumours that he is to quit WU-TANG CLAN saying the he "will never leave".

The rapper signed to Roc-A-Fella in May following his release from jail, in which he spent two years on drug charges.

ODB's manager Jarred Weisfeld said: "Dirty never left Wu, he will never leave Wu and his album has five songs produced by Method Man featuring songs with [/a], [a], [a][/a], Buddha Monk."

He added: "If Wu-Tang does another album there is no chance Dirty won't be on it."

An Ol' Dirty Bastard DVD is planned for release in May, though it is unlikely that the rapper will stop there.

According to allhiphop.com, Weisfeld said: "He's concentrating on music, his Dirty clothing line, his DVD, possible book deals, and wanting to act in movies and television."

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