Wu-Tang clan Ghostface Killah is a Hip Hop legend However, how many people are aware that the fact that he's

also a sports enthusiast too? This past Sunday (July 12) Ghostface Killah Wu-Tang Clan member visited

Citifield in Queens, New York, with friends and family to observe the New York Mets play the Miami Marlins. The

day was a festive occasion because fans of the Mets were also celebrating the retirement of Keith Hernandez's

former first baseman's jersey. In footage shared through social media sites, Ghost got a chance to visit the stadium

and talk to the team's manager Steve Cohen and several other famous people such as ex- New Jersey governor

Chris Christie. To make the experience at the ballpark more enjoyable, Ghostface and his crew enjoyed the

game and ceremony to retire the jersey from the owner's section, the best seating location found in arenas and

stadiums. I'm in Mets Stadium. Mets Stadium," Ghostface Killah declared during one of the videos. "We watching the

game that is the Mets. They've just have Keith Hernandez retire that jersey. Today is a special day We're here baby.